Problem sorting playlists by recently added

  • 23 October 2018
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Hi, I'm having a problem with my 'recently added' section in the favorite tracks on Deezer family in my smartphone. Normally, the recent song added to the playlist comes first (on top) in the playlist and then followed by the older ones below but, in my case the oldest songs are coming first and then the newer ones are at the complete bottom. This order is usually in form of the 'default' settings but I have not set my playlist order to 'default'. The tracks order do not change and remain the same for both the 'default' and 'recently added'. The thing I am not comfortable with is, going all the way to the bottom of my 600+ songs every time just to listen to my recently added music. I have tried reinstalling the app hoping that it will show my recently added songs in correct order but that didn't work. On the desktop Deezer, it correctly shows the order of my recently added songs from the newest being on the top and the oldest being in the bottom. I mainly use Deezer family on my Smartphone and having this inconvenience is really setting me off. Is there a way I can EASILY revert this issue? I've tried to change my playlist order on the desktop but I have to do one song individually which will take me forever as I have 600+ songs as mentioned. This is very stressful as I listen to music on Deezer everyday. I hope you understand. Looking forward to your reply, thanks!

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Hi!

I also have the same issue on Windows 11 app V. 5.40.110. There is no button to sort my playlists, neither by “recently added” or  by alphabet like it was before. Noticed it around 1 week ago...

Userlevel 1

Hi!

I also have the same issue on Windows 11 app V. 5.40.110. There is no button to sort my playlists, neither by “recently added” or  by alphabet like it was before. Noticed it around 1 week ago...

After a new update, 5.30.120, the option is back! Ignore my previous post :)

Same annoing behaviour for me.

Reproducible on Google Chrome web version and windows app.

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