FAQ: Can I import music from a remote?

FAQ: Can I import music from a remote?

If you're running Roon Remote on Mac or PC, you can drag and drop music right into the app.

Copies of the music you drag into Roon will be added to the Watched folder set up on your Roon Core.
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