Scrobbling from ....

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On the old website, above your recently listed tracks it would display what service or app you were scrobbling from if you were currently scrobbling live. Will this feature be returning at some point? I thought it was interesting to see where people were getting their music from. i.e.- Some of my friends would see that I was using Spotify a lot and we would friend each other on that service so we could shoot each other recommendations, etc.

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garynotrashcoug

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James Joul

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This is another one of those small little things I miss from the old site.
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Chris

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+1. It was one of the first things I noticed missing on the profiles when they relaunched.

In my linux days, I actually discovered Amarok because of that (https://amarok.kde.org/ for anyone interested). It'd be a shame if they weren't planning on re-adding it.
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garynotrashcoug

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Farah

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This is a great way to discover what others use for mobile scrobbling. Hopefully it is not a forgotten feature.
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Yes it something we should do, and it's the sort of thing that might get forgotten over time, so I've created a ticket for it.  I can't say when it'll get picked up, however.
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garynotrashcoug

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Thank you Jon.
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Eckart Schütt

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Any idea when we can expect the return of this nice feature? Last post was quite a while ago...
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Patrick

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On the old site, I discovered numerous of great extensions and applications. One of them is AIMP; I would never know for the existence of that program if it wasn't for this function.