Not sure if this is the right place but in a bit of a mess with one of the uploads.
A couple of uncommon things all at once. Usually, but not always, tracks for upload, are numbered. This makes uploading say 10 at once, in the right order, easy, through drag and drop.
Even if not numbered/in order, it’s simple enough to reorder whilst renaming/checking titles.
The other factor is that sometimes, though not often, audio files have track titles embedded within them which the upload form extracts. When this happens, we’ll cross-reference with the metadata spreadsheet in case of mistakes etc.
Usually, though, there’s no embedded title, and we can copy/paste the title from the spreadsheet. In these cases, the filename auto-populates in the title field and it’s simple to overwrite this.
In this particular case though, the audio files were not in order, and I dragged and dropped them all together expecting to reorder and rename.
Unfortunately, nearly all tracks had the embedded title ‘untitled (Master)’ and so there was no way to figure out which track was which.
I’m not specifically suggesting including these tools but I might’ve been able to figure it out if I could also see the file names, or duration, or play the tracks back. It’s an edge case but thought it worth reporting.
The next thing I needed to do was basically remove all the uploaded files and start again, one at a time. When you click the ‘X’ it removes but doesn’t delete the track and now there’s a bunch of untitled, unassigned, tracks floating around in the backend. These will need deleting at some point.
Finally, during the reuploading, one-by-one, process, the uploader kept getting stuck. The green progress bar would stay filled after a track is uploaded and a further upload wouldn’t work. If I refreshed the page I could upload again but needed to do this for each and every track. This isn’t behaviour I’ve encountered previously but again, thought it worth reporting.