Dance Vote Yes

Dance Tags

Dance tags are the heart of the music4dance database. They are the glue that holds dance styles and songs together. These tags are crowd sourced from our users, our friend’s catalogs and from public sources. The more that our members vote on dances, the more diverse our catalog will become.

Once you’ve signed in to music4dance.net, you’ll see orange dance shoe images everywhere that there is an opportunity to associate a song with a dance style. There are three variations of this image.

Dance Vote Neutral
The shoe outline means that you haven’t yet voted on whether you believe that this song should be danced in the associated style.
Dance Vote Yes
The filled in shoe means that you would dance in the associated style to this song.
Dance Vote No
The shoe with the red “no” symbol overlaid means that you would not dance in the associated style to this song.

Clicking on a shoe icon changes your vote. Click multiple times until the vote is the one that you want. For example, if you click once one the “empty shoes” icon next to the entry for Crazy For You by Madonna on the Bolero page the icon will change to “filled shoes” indicating that you enjoy dancing Bolero to that song. If you click on the new “filled shoes” icon, it will change to “no shoes” symbol, indicating that you don’t enjoy dancing Bolero to Crazy For You. Finally, if you click on the “no shoes” symbol, it will change back to “empty shoes”, indicating that you don’t have an opinion.

These shoe icons can be found on any of the Dance Details pages and on any of the Song List pages that you’ve arrived at by selecting a single dance style. For Song List pages that list multiple dances, you can open the dance popover for each dance style to vote on that style.