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Enable setlists to become playlists in iTunes and/or last.fm
It'd be great to export a setlist into iTunes and/or last.fm to be able to easily play the songs in the order they were played on the night.611 votes
Get rid of duplicates
It would be very nice if we could report duplicates. The site is full of them, just look at Radiohead's page...144 votes
A designated spot to link to supporting acts during the show
as opposed having to mention in notes, designation a space to list other artists which will then have THEIR set linked to115 votes
Allow picture uploads for any given concert.
It would be cool to be able to allow people to upload their own pictures from the concert so that others can see them and remember the show. I would say make the page similar to any "facebook" like photo album and have a dedicated tab for it on the setlist page for any given show.38 votesunder review · Adminsfussenegger (Admin, setlist.fm) responded
using machine tags is an option and was discussed earlier. Please suggest alternatives to flickr while we investigate possible implementation.
add an auto suggest for songs
This would probably require a redesign of the UI when adding songs, but I think it could save people a lot of time. Just like on iGoogle it would return a list of the artists songs, which could be pulled from other apps via the API for example iTunes or Last.fm. I think this could improve the site a lot, and make it more user friendly.
Hide all the setlists edits under one button rather than being individually listed by username
Rather than every edit appearing in a list under the setlist, it'd be tidier to hide them under one button. When clicked it'd reveal the list of edits. At the moment it looks very cluttered and comments about the concert become mixed up among the list of edits. I don't think it'd be so difficult to do.3 votes
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