New user needs assistance with "Ratings"

I am wondering if “Ratings” is only available via Metadata? I used the “Rating” settings to set up smart playlists in iTunes and Plex. It appears that the only way to add a “Rating” is by stopping the track and editing Metadata. I find this very cumbersome and visually I don’t see my ratings displayed anywhere else but Metadata. Am I missing something? The fore mentioned programs allow you to add “Ratings” as your listening. Also, in Audirvana I can’t seem to remove a “single star” from file if I want it to be "zero. Sorry, I’m only 2 days into the program.

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You can change the rating of a local album when you open it and you can also change the rating of a track, even if playing by displaying the Rating column. You need to right click on the name of a column to do it :wink:

Thanks. Very helpful and just what I desired. Now, is it possible to display/adjust ratings on the iOS app on my iPad? Also, when I added “year” to the column it seemed cut off. Not displaying full year (2…) It’s not that I have surpassed the screen with a full screen. (See attached)
I have another question but should probably be in another thread? Is there not a quick way to display collection by “Genre”? I have created a smart playlist to replicate that but a “Genre” selection on the left column under “My Music” or “Local” would be nice.
Is there a PDF manual to download? It would help with the learning curve.

Not possible for the moment but can’t tell you when it will be added.

If you hover right after the Year, you will see your mouse changing for a double arrow icon, you need to click, hold and slide right or left to increase or decrease the size of the column.

It’s something that has been asked but as not been added to the app yet.

Thanks again. Very speedy reply.
Is there a PDF manual that I can download?

No but we embedded it inside the app, you will see in the settings for example a little icon with an i in it, if you click on it you will get explanations on the subject you are in.

That’s handy but when operating off of a small screen (MacBook Air) the text is so small, it’s very difficult to read. Duplicating that in PDF form wouldn’t be to difficult.