How do I play music on Hours by Fiveable?
There are many features that Hours by Fiveable offers when it comes to joining or creating a session. One of these great features is the ability to listen and play music while in a session.
- First, you need to create a session. Not sure how to do that? Check out this article.
- After creating a session, you can begin playing music. To start playing music, find the four different options below the title of your session. Select the first option, "Play music."
- After clicking "Play music," a music bar automatically opens on the bottom of your screen.
What kind of features are within the Music feature?
There are several features within the Play music feature that allow you manage and sort the songs that play during your session. These features are: *In order from left to right as they appear on your screen.*
Previous track: Like the song you were just listening to? You can press this button to go back to the previous track.
Click to pause/play: Want to pause or play your music? Click this button to do so. You can also do this on your computer keyboard if you don't want to click the button.
Volume bar: Want to turn the volume up or down? You can drag the green dot left or right to adjust the volume. You can also do this on your computer keyboard if you don't want to click the button.
The order in which the songs play: You can choose the order in which the songs play. You can choose from: play in order, list loop, single loop, and shuffle playback.
Playlists: You can view the songs in the playlist that you are currently listening to. You can also choose a specific song.
Minimize: To get rid of the music bar on the bottom of your screen you can minimize. This transforms the music bar into a circle that you can move around on your screen. If you want the bar to go back to the bottom of your screen, just click the circle.
Close out: When you are done listening to music click the "x" on the bottom right to stop the music and get rid of the bar.
Still confused on how to play and listen to music during a session? Check out this quick video: