Hi there - do you have any intentions to allow users to create their own playlists?
Unfortunately, as much as I would love to help you, this feature is not possible with Sonaar at the moment.
On my end, I tagged this ticket as a feature request so that our development team can consider this option, but this doesn't guarantee that Sonaar will indeed implement this feature.
Alternatively, there could also be third-party plugins or add-ons available to offer this feature such as , so I would advise you to join Facebook groups Elementor + Which Plugin? Facebook or Elementor community and check with the users for such a plugin recommendation.
Finally, I would like to apologize for not providing you with this particular feature at the moment.
Max from the Sonaar.io Crew
OK thanks. I would just like to point out that if this was added, then Sonaar could be used to virtually create a Spotify, which is what we are trying to do. But we get the common question: can you make your own playlists? I can add a bookmarking function which would allow creating a list of favorite albums, but creating an actual playlist would presumably have to be done within Sonaar.
Wouldn't it be possible to create an integration with Jetformbuilder and jet engine to be able to create this function?
@Daniel perhaps. I never tried it
Just to let you know that we have officially released the Add to Favorite feature.
----------------------------------------------V.4.8 - 2023-09-06----------------------------------------------- Now compatible with WordPress 6.3.x- Now compatible with PHP 8.2.x- New! [Pro Feature]: Add to Favorites. Visitor and logged-in users can now add tracks to their favorites. You can create a page with a player that will contains a list of the user's favorites. Check the settings in WP-Admin > MP3 Player > Settings > Add to Favorites- New! [Pro Feature]: Dynamic Visibility: Set visibility rules for the Downloads, Favorites, and Share buttons based on user roles, like administrators or subscribers, or non-logged users. A use case would be to to show the download button exclusively to logged-in users, while directing non-logged users to a sign-up page.- New! [Pro Feature]: Choose between 1000 different icons for the call-to-actions. This must be enabled in WP-Admin > MP3 Player > Settings > Widget Player > Optional Call-to-Action Buttons- New! Order your tracks simply by using drag and drop in the admin page! We have also added a Collapse/Expand tracks in your tracklist in the admin area.- New! Added a visual icon picker for call-to-action icons.- New! RSS Feed: Added an option to disable the plugin's RSS Feed. This is usefull if you want to use another RSS feed from another plugin such as Seriously Simple Podcasting (SPP).- New! Add custom link for the lightbox variation popup. A custom link may be added beside the Add to Cart button in the lightbox panel. This can be useful for directing users to a license comparison page or to the individual product page for more details.- New! Support ACF fields from WooCommerce Produce in the Music & Contract License- Tweak: Now it runs faster! We have optimized many queries.- Tweak: Support for Sharing Tracks using the navigator.share() method of the Web Share API.- Tweak: Replace TinyMCE by a simple HTML text area for track description. TinyMCE was very heavy. If you have many tracks (eg: 50+), you should see a faster loading time when you edit your playlist.- Tweak: Improved the UI in the plugin settings.- Fix: Gutenberg block was showing blank in some occasion. A page reload was needed.- Fix: Filter by post tag is now working- Fix: Share a track: button and other icon from srp_track_cta was invisble on boxed player from single post when the tracklist only have one track.- Fix: WooCommerce: Make the Preview License button translatable.- Fix: WooCommerce: Issue with related WC Product and the license popup not showing up- Code optimization
This is amazing! Thanks for working this out. Looks like it will be brilliant. We will have to do some testing as we have implemented another solution in the meantime, but this Sonaar solution will be much better.
Hi, I have been looking into this and I can get the heart icon to show on a track. But I can't work out how to display the favorites player on a page.
Are you using Elementor or Shortcode to display a player on the page ? Have you selected "favorites" from the source feed ?
I am using shortcode or block, not Elementor.
Under 'Playlist source' I only have: Selected Posts, All Posts, Current Post.
The user favorites list is not yet available with Gutenberg. Its only available with Elementor and Shortcodes.
See this article for our shortcode and its attributes https://sonaar.io/docs/add-audio-player-with-shortcode/
Got it. Thanks.
Just noticed that the text in the sticky player is around the wrong way.
Before you add a track to favorites, it already says 'Added to your favorites', but it should say 'Add to favorites'.
Likewise, when you click the heart, then refresh the page, the text then says 'Removed from your favorite', but it should say 'Remove from favorite'.
i.e. the button should say what will happen when you click it.
Thanks, we will fix it in a future update.