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Poweramp put song with tag edited using 3rd party app in recently added.

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I'm using automatag to embed album cover and lyrics, whenever a song's tag is edited, it'll appear in 'Recently Added' section of Poweramp even though the song is there from eons ago. This buries my actual recently added songs.

 

is this an intended behavior? is there an option to make 'Recently Added' only display newly added files?

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Recently added can be set to use the device's filesystem time/date-modified stamp. In that case, if you edit or modify a file then its timestamp will get set to today, and thus would appear high up in the recent list. 

Andre

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U end there? There is a solution in previous version to select list behavior, I can't find this option in the latest version of the app....any help?

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I have found where it is hidden in the latest version. Go to the recently added page, click on the 3 dots in the upper right corner, select list options. Scroll through to select how you want recently added be manipulated. This option set previously could be found in the library list options in the main menu, this should have been communicated. 

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Correct, you can now set the time/date sorting mode per Category, using List Options. It is no longer only a global setting.

Andre

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