1457 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 18, 2008 2:28 PM by Chris CA
I am having more or less the same problem. I am fairly certain that I was able to create folders on the iPod in iTunes 7, but I certainly cannot now, nor can I transfer folders manually from my iTunes Library. I can still create playlists in both libraries, and (within the usual limits) sync them. But not folders. Why why why?
Folders only show up on the iPod if you sync. They don't if you manually manage your music. I don't know why.
As to whether Apple will ever add that feature, well, only Apple knows. You can provide feedback:
Each playlist is a single CD.
iTunes already does this for you.
iTunes menu View -> Show browser.
Also, the more playlists you have, the slower iTunes will be.
It slows down iTunes because the iTunes library file and the iTunes library.xml file will be that much larger and it gets rewritten _every single time_ something is changed in iTunes such as a song is finished playing, a song is skipped, a rating is made/changed, etc.
Hi there, I don't know if this subject is exactly about my problem, but it sounds like it.
I want to make a folder where my current "new" albums go and be able to access each album separetly.
I have tried making a new playlist with the new albums but that way I access the playlist with all the albums' tracks. Making a Playlist for each new album is not that friendly either because you still have to browse through all the different kinds of playlists to get to the new album; one would have to just keep playlists of new albums and that's not practical either...any information will be appreciated...thanks...