FAQ: How can I see what I've played the most?

FAQ: How can I see what I've played the most?

In Roon it's easy to see the tracks and albums you've played the most!

To see the albums you've played the most, go to the album browser and click the Focus button to bring up the Focus pop up. From the Most Played dropdown, focus on your top 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 most played albums.

The same feature is available from the tracks browser, so you can easily find the tracks you've played the most.
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