04-25-2010 01:26 PM
I am new to mp3 and I feel like I've just discovered indoor plumbing! I have a lot of what are probably stupid questions, this is only the beginning.
What happens when you add a song to a "go list" and why would I want to do that. What is the differance between that and a play list?
04-25-2010 01:49 PM
This is a playlist that you can edit as you go. So if you come across a song you like and you want to hear more often you can put them on there so you can hear it.
What I do with it is, if I add a new song to my player that I would like to hear as I go to bed I add it to my go list which is the playlist I use at bed time.
In a perfectly Ideal world it would be a playlist that you could edit on the go.
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04-27-2010 02:07 PM
I use my Go List for positive, uplifting music. Then if I'm feeling down or sometimes on my way to work I listen to it.
If you wanted to you could create a go list, then create a playlist (on Media Monkey or you choice) and then create another go list of something else.
04-29-2010 12:37 PM
I believe it resets whenever you plug into the computer and dis-connect, but since I don't use it I could be mistaken.
04-29-2010 02:47 PM
I just checked it today and it was still there. I have hooked it up to the computer but I haven't resynced yet.
I still don't quite understand the differance. Why have playlists that you can't edit on the fly? It seems like they would all fuction the same as the golist.
04-30-2010 01:38 PM
"Why have playlists that you can't edit on the fly?"
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04-30-2010 01:48 PM
I just used the GoList on my Clip+ the other day for the first time. I took about 2 minutes, to cobble together a 30-song list to play while on a short road trip. Why make this list at all? To have songs that were agreeable to the driver , in addition to me, without having to skip tracks, or navigate the player in a moving car. It worked perfectly....I shuffled through the list, and never felt any need to add to the list, or make another one, etc, etc.
I still fail to see the need to do these things, I have to say.
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05-02-2010 11:24 AM
I've used the GoList extensively since I first had my fuze in 2008.
Partially this is due to the hassle of creating and maintaining playlists. Always seems to be some problem...and I usually want to change up my playlist frequently so I'd rather do it on the device rather than via a PC.
Originally there were 100 tunes max for GoList and this was increased to 200 in one of the updates. Nice!
I jsut find it effortless. Add or Delete from GoList whenever you want. Pretty simple and effiective.
I wish there was a second GoList so you could keep an ongoing one and then have a special event GoList (for a road-trip or a party for instance).