First of all, this is a personal request to any [Windows] iTunes developer that can create plugins:
To whom it may concern:
I use the “Grouping” tag to tag my music. At the status quo, I have to right-click the song within iTunes, click “Get Info”, go to the “Info” tab, then type the tag(s) I want. Too much work for a simple task, isn’t it?
It would be incredible if a plugin could be installed where I can right-click the iTunes icon in the system tray, and a “Tag song” item pop up. Oh yeah, and maybe a slick way to display all the tags I’ve used, utilizing the weight used for each term? Within iTunes, instead of pressing F2 to edit the name of the song, how about a hot key to change the contents of the “Grouping” tag?
Can you look into this, or perhaps pass it along to someone who could work on it? Thanks!
For those of you wondering, how do I use these tags?
Smart playlists + more specific tags (as opposed to just using Genre) = better playlists depending on my mood or the people riding in my car
Sometimes, I feel like listening to some screamo-type music. Maybe my friends [who made me drive for the evening] just prefer mainstream music. Or if I’m out with a lady friend, they’d prefer a bit softer music, so I play my “Mellow” smart playlist. Isn’t that kind of neat? Maybe I’m just a bit geeky, but at least I’m not scrolling through artists too often, and I can focus on driving.