Sorting

Sorting

There are a variety of sort options available on all of Roon's library browsers (Artists, Albums, Tracks, Composers, Compositions, Internet Radio, Playlists, and Tags), accessible by clicking the dropdown at the top right of the Roon window on any browsing screen. The way things are sorted in Roon can be customized in the General tab of Settings.

Just click the navigation icon at the top left of the Roon window, click Settings, then the General tab and scroll down:


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