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Using Sets

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Creating Sets

To create a new set switch to the Sets menu and make sure you’re on the ‘All Sets’ page, if not use the back button at the top of the menu to navigate back to it. From the ‘All Sets’ page, you can create a new set using the ‘+’ button at the bottom of the menu. Here you can (optionally) give the set a title, as well as pick a date to tag the set with and select ‘Add’.

Once you’ve created a set you can start adding songs to it by selecting the ‘+’ icon at the top of the menu. Tap on each song you want to add in turn and then tap the confirm tick, all the songs you choose will be added to the set in the order you choose them. You can even choose the same song multiple times and it will be added multiple times.

Tap anywhere outside the menu to close it and start using your new set.

Editing Sets

Editing sets is easy. You can re-arrange the order of the songs by long-pressing a song to pick it up and then drag it to the new location.

Removing a song from a set varies depending on which version of the app you are using.

On Windows, start to drag it as if you were re-arranging the order and a red delete button will appear over the set title. Drop the song onto this button to remove it from the set.

On all other platforms, swipe the item you want to delete to the right and a delete button will appear. Tap the button to remove the song from the set.

If you want to change the name or date of a set, just tap the edit icon at the top of the menu. The edit window will appear and you can make the desired changes.

Playing from Sets

Once you have a set with songs in it, tap the first icon in the set and then tap outside the menu to close it. You are now viewing your set! You can navigate between sets/pages by swiping or tapping on the relevant screen edge or by using the arrow keys. If you want to change the key or capo position for any song, use the controls in the Quick Actions menu.