How can I have scrobbles merged/renamed without having to delete them?

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Hello there!
Username: K_i_m_i.
I got a problem: I have 143 scrobbles of Belinda Carlisle's "Big Scary Animal" mistagged as "It's Too Real (Big Scary Animal)". I want to have them merged without losing any scrobbles, and I obviously don't want to delete all these scrobbles and listening to the song for 143 times in a row. After all, even if I do, new scrobbles will be dated with 2019, and this is... wrong!

I know there are lots of topics regarding autocorrection and merging, sorry for adding another
one without looking other through, but this issue has been annoying me so much for years!

What do I have to do to merge these tracks or to ask you to merge them? I have some mistags besides Big Scary Animal, it's just the biggest one.

And another question is: will there ever be a possibility for us to change our scrobbles? E.g. with the right title, but with the wrong album/no album? Maybe, subscription will include it someday?
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Yegor Obaturov

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Anyone?
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BenyoBoy

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I had the same problem. I deleted all the wrong ones and I manually scrobbled the correct ones with Universal Scrobbler.
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Yegor Obaturov

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Well, I could manually scrobble only 20 of them using Universal Scrobbler, therefore, it's not practical for me.
Still waiting for an official response.
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poisonapple

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Open Scrobbler has no scrobble limit. You can use it instead of the Universal Scrobbler.
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Yegor Obaturov

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Thank you, much appreciated.
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BenyoBoy

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@poisonapple 
I didn't know about this one, thanks, it's really useful!
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Unfortunately we can't the corrections dataset at the moment (and haven't been able to for some time now), so it's not yet possible to merge these tracks.  When we can, we'll setup a redirect, assuming it's a valid correction.

>>>will there ever be a possibility for us to change our scrobbles? E.g. with the right title, but with the wrong album/no album? Maybe, subscription will include it someday? 

This is currently in development, and should be released soon.
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Yegor Obaturov

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Thank you for your response!
But can you please, please be a little more specific? Are we talking about a week, a month, a couple of months, a year?
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You must be new here. To give you an idea, some things here have been "currently in development" for a couple of years and we've heard "soon" for things mentioned months ago. For example some people can see the new layout, but full deployement to everyone will be happening "soon". This was 4 months ago.
They don't know how soon. My best bet, don't count on it being a week, probably be a few months.

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Yegor Obaturov

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I've been scrobbling for almost 12 years, I don't have much experience with issues of any kind :)
Anyway, thx for your point of view!
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jazzthieve

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I meant new on this board. Your question about asking for specificity on a time frame is one you won't get a clear answer on here, you'd know that if you hung around this board for a while. Doesn't have anything to do with how long you're active scrobbling.
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Yegor Obaturov

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Got you.
Well, OK, whatever happens.
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Patrick

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Are you going to release it when you finish the new layout?