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It seems like a missed opportunity to not include "Oldest First" like Duets FM has had for months. Smule must not want to put undue strain on their servers retrieving those old recordings. 

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On 5/30/2024 at 10:56 AM, opentype said:

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Just appeared for me. Seems pretty useful and it appear’s for other people’s profile pages too, so you can easily check out their most active performances. 

All the new options like this which appeared with the previous upgrade seems to have vanished with the latest one, right?

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6 minutes ago, opentype said:

The latest iOS version I see is 12.5.1 from May 27 and that shows this feature. 

Yeah that’s what I’ve got. But the function that shows for example my most joined song, and the dropdown filter for joins/loves/etc seems to have gone.

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10 minutes ago, opentype said:

The latest iOS version I see is 12.5.1 from May 27 and that shows this feature. 

Yeah that’s what I’ve got. But the function that shows for example my most joined song, and the dropdown filter for joins/loves/etc seems to have gone.

 

i mean in Activity feed, not in profile 

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On 5/31/2024 at 9:58 AM, Wishchip said:

It seems like a missed opportunity to not include "Oldest First" like Duets FM has had for months. Smule must not want to put undue strain on their servers retrieving those old recordings. 

I think Smule is copying some of the features from Duets.fm. Apparently, sorting invites by number of joins has been requested for a long time by the Smule community, but was never implemented. A month or so after it was released in Duets.fm, it was released in Smule too. Of course, one can do much more with these options in Duets.fm

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12 hours ago, Duets.fm said:

A month or so after it was released in Duets.fm, it was released in Smule too.

They are certainly watching. The JSON data on user profiles was available for many years. It disappeared just a few days after I announced the “Who is Following Back” service based on this data here on Sing.Salon. 

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4 hours ago, opentype said:

They are certainly watching. The JSON data on user profiles was available for many years. It disappeared just a few days after I announced the “Who is Following Back” service based on this data here on Sing.Salon. 

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Oh, I know for a fact that Smule employees are watching. But what I don't understand is why they are not openly supporting external add-ins to their service, which most big companies do.

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