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Flagging songs

Flag a song to note an issue with its metadata, bringing it to the attention of the Crownnote team for review.

To flag a song, go to a song page and click/tap on the flag icon below the title. You'll be presented with a form of options corresponding with needed corrections:

  • Duplicate (this song is already listed on the site)
  • Misspelled (song title, album title, or artist name)
  • Wrong artist, song title, or album
  • Not importing correctly (if importing from a spreadsheet)
  • Spam or fake
  • Points are incorrect (e.g. on your Leaderboard)
  • Other

An additional text field allows you to add any details about what needs to be adjusted, such as the original song link (in the case of a duplicate) or the correct title of a misspelled song or album.

After submitting the form, the Crownnote team will receive a message with your submission and may contact you with any questions or clarification before making changes to a song.


cstolliver's picture
Fri, 04/20/2018 - 10:51pm
Every week, I struggle with adding Kylie Minogue's "Dancing." It won't come up automatically. If I look at my previous chart, I can find the number I've used. But I couldn't open my previous chart this week, so I had to add another version (there's already more than a dozen in the database). Any way to fix this??
KurtTrowbridge's picture
Fri, 04/20/2018 - 10:59pm
Hello – try typing in "Dancing (80554)" (without the quotes) as the song title; it won't autocomplete for you, but it will save properly.
Sun, 08/04/2019 - 3:21pm
Does anyone know how to find out the unique song number for a song that already exists (e.g. where there's a short title with a common name). "Baby" by Clean Bandit, for example. How on earth do I get that in my chart? Searching the 'songs' database doesn't seem to be any help with this and the list of similar titles is too long to include it. Any ideas gratefully received! Thanks,
KurtTrowbridge's picture
Sun, 08/04/2019 - 5:21pm
If you go to the song's page, then look at the Edit URL, you'll see that number in the URL – for "Baby," it's 117874.