Edit multiple tracks

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ux-case-study
release-editor
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#1

I want to edit multiple tracks in a 7 CD Release that has only titles like Title 1 and so on. Currently I have to do a lot of clicks to go to each edit page of each track to edit the title. Isn’t there a better way to edit all track titles on one page?


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#2

Please post the URL of the release you are working on.
eg https://musicbrainz.org/release/6c22ab68-87b4-4004-9b47-e70eb3b2d508

I suspect you can get what you want by going to the release page, clicking “Edit”, and then going to “Tracklist”.
But I’m not sure that we understand each other yet.


#3

Hello @Muzzer, it seems you tell about https://musicbrainz.org/release/07b40f6f-91c0-4a75-be5b-7bf85dbd1871
You could have edited the release itself, like @mmirG said, by clicking Edit, at the top right of the track list. Then in recording tab of the release editor, a checkbox allows to propagate the change to each recording.


#4

It might have taken me 2 hours before I would have discovered that the blue triangles on the left, under “Medium 1” etc, would open that tracklist so it could be edited.


#5

ah ok, I have been on that page before already, but was not aware that this feature is hidden with this triangle :slight_smile:


#6

Ahhh, but you were smart enough to ask for help.
Some of us weren’t so smart.

:exploding_head: :scream: :crazy_face:
I found Picard and Musicbrainz very very difficult at first.
:flushed:

Then I got smarter and started asking for help whenever I couldn’t progress after 10 minutes of searching/trying. I hardly ever swear when using Musicbrainz now.