Please provide a setting to switch filter to “Available Offline” when Wi-Fi is turned off or unavailable and turn off filter once connected to a Wi-Fi
In my use case, my jellyfin instance is not exposed to internet but i have all favorites saved in my cache. While not on my home wifi network, app shows me all my albums and songs even though I am not connected to my instance. I have to check manually which all songs/albums are available to play
Especially when driving this can be very useful as if we filter , users can select from reduced available media than look in to each album or song to find ones available offline.
Other application solutions:
Current solution is to download with Symfonium and have poweramp scan same folder for media and browse content for playback in poweramp or enable auto bluetooth play so it plays local files automatically when connected to my car BT
I concur with this. I would also like to be able to easily filter out and play only offline files. My use case is that when I go running I don’t want to use up my data plan to stream, and instead only play the locally cached files.
I would love to see in a dynamically generated playlist for the offline files so that I can easily just go Offline files -> Play without any further hassle.
Right now it’s extremely cumbersome as it seems that you have to go look at what is in the offline cache and then find the album/songs and play them specifically.
The top filter buttons were hidden for me, maybe I hid them when removing the logo at the top previously, but yes, there I can see the global offline filter.
However when using the smart filters I can’t see any rule that tells me how to filter for anything that resembles offline, the wiki doesn’t help in this regard and needs clarification. I would love to make a smart playlist with offline files only, is the rule to use the Path and File one or…?