Bookmarks

FAQ: What is Bookmark? How can I save bookmarks?

You can bookmark pretty much any screen in Roon by clicking the Bookmark icon  in the upper-right, next to Filter. Once you've saved a bookmark, it will be available from the same drop down, allowing you to quickly return to the screen you saved. This lets you easily jump to any albums, artists, or playlists you want regular access to, or to return to a browser with a specific focus or sort. Saved Bookmarks can be sorted, renamed or removed by clicking the Bookmark icon then Manage Bookmarks.

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