Warning

This documentation only applies for the development version of Funkwhale! Visit the docs for the latest release.

Listen to a radio

Note

You can only listen to content in libraries you have access to. For more information, see Follow a library.

You can listen to your radios or public radios created by other users of your pod.

Listen to your radios

To listen to radios you created:

  1. Select My Library ‣ Radios in the sidebar. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  2. Use the filters in the User radios section to search for your radio.

  3. Select Play radio on your radio to start playing the content.

  1. Select the hamburger menu () to open the menu bar.

  2. Select My Library ‣ Radios. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  3. Use the filters in the User radios section to search for your radio.

  4. Select Play radio on your radio to start playing the content.

You’re done! Your radio starts playing.

Listen to public radios from your pod

To listen to public radios other users created:

  1. Select Explore ‣ Radios in the sidebar. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  2. Use the filters in the User radios section to search for a radio.

  3. Select Play radio on the selected radio to start playing the content.

  1. Select the hamburger menu () to open the menu bar.

  2. Select Explore ‣ Radios. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  3. Use the filters in the User radios section to search for a radio.

  4. Select Play radio on the selected radio to start playing the content.

That’s it! The radio starts playing.

Stop a radio

Radios continue to play until there is no more content matching their criteria. You can stop radios whenever you want. To do this:

  1. Select the up arrow () on the queue menu to expand the queue.

  2. Select Stop Radio at the bottom of the queue.

  1. Select the player bar at the bottom of the screen to expand the player.

  2. Select the up arrow () on the queue menu to expand the queue.

  3. Select Stop Radio at the bottom of the queue.

That’s it! The radio stops playing. The radio’s content remains in the queue.