It would be nice if the songkick integration was optional (via checkbox or something)1 vote
If you use the search box on the main concerts page (https://www.concertarchives.org/concerts), it will only search concerts on the Concert Archives site (not Songkick). This native search isn’t super powerful but it might suffice for what you need.
Just like with other forms of social media, members should have the ability to decide whether their personal archive should be searchable/viewable by the public or other members. Some type of privacy settings and options would be a very welcome addition.25 votes
Photos uploaded do not auto-orient themselves. If a picture was taken vertically, it uploads horizontally (so, sideways) and there is no way to edit orientation. Could either be fixed while uploading, or after picture is uploaded.4 votes
I believe this was fixed awhile back. Let me know if it’s still an issue.
As of right now the only way to change the order of bands for a specific show is to delete every one below it, save it, and then add the bands in the correct order. The perfectionist in me wants it to always be the order they played, and for some reason the orders get wonky on this site sometimes.7 votes
You can now drag and drop the bands into the correct order :)
As I scroll through another users concert listing, it would be awesome if I could quickly like a concert and send them a short comment. The like/comment could show up in a messages/activity section. I just think it would be fun to add more interaction between users to make it more fun.4 votes
Hi Ryan (and others),
You can already Like and Comment on other people’s concerts on the right side of the Concert page. Here’s a screenshot: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31839/Screenshots/bsw2.png
When you Like/Comment the user will receive an email notification. I plan to add an ‘Activity Stream’ / ‘News Feed’ in the future.
Add end date for multi-day concerts1 vote
I just added the ability to set End Dates on multi-day concerts! When you create a new concert (or edit one), you’ll see a check box called ‘This is a multi-day concert’. If you check that, you’ll be able to enter the End Date.
Let me know how it works!
Quick add button to each page for Add a Concert would be nice1 vote
There is a link on the header of each page to Add a Concert:
1. Click ‘Your Concert Archive’ in the header at the top of the page
2. You’ll then see the links to Create New Concerts at the bottom of the dropdown menu.
Not sure how difficult or possible it would be but being able to back up the information in some kind of format would be amazing. Would love to be able to export this just in case.16 votes
I’m happy to report that I added the ability for you to export your concert archive to Excel!
You’ll now find a link in your Profile Menu and on your Settings page called “Export to Excel”. Here’s a screenshot: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31839/Screenshots/export-to-excel.png
Easy peasy :)
Along with the rankings by year/band/location, be able to self rank favorite concerts.20 votes
Good news! I’ve just added the ability for you to mark your Favorite Concerts and have them displayed on your Overview page and a new Favorite Concerts page :)
There’s a bit more info here: https://concertarchives.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1820272
We’ll add some more features to the Favorites functionality in the future (particularly the ability to sort), but this is a nice start :)
Let users input future concerts and all their information, then allow any users to search then add those concerts to their future concert wishlist. After going to the concert you can then just tick it off and it'll add it to your list.13 votes
I just added quite a few new features around ‘upcoming concerts’. You can see more details on the Release Notes here: concertarchives.org/release-notes
I also added the “Bucket List” feature a few months ago that is like a wishlist.
Thanks for the suggestions!
This is especially useful for festivals where there are 50 bands and you only saw 10.19 votes
After you’ve added the concert/festival you can then ‘Edit’ it and remove the bands you didn’t see.
I would like a way to list the name of the event (Virgin Fest '12) while also being able to see the bands that played - WITHOUT having to click deeper into the list.1 vote
It would be awesome to automatically import the concert's setlist from Setlist.fm and show it on the concert page if available.2 votes
It kind of sucks to Google around looking for concert data, dates, etc. It'd be nice if SeenDB had a database of this info so I could add concerts easier.2 votes
This is solved with the Past Concert Search Engine: http://www.seendb.com/concerts/search-past-concerts
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