Learn how to use the teaboy software or get help with common problems. Remember to also refer to the user Forum for additional help.

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Teaboy and the Teaboy Audio services.

Opening a song

Once you have finished entering the data for your song, you will want to save it. Likewise if you just created a new song based on an old template, you may want to save it before entering the new settings, as simply creating a new song will not automatically save the song.


You can save a song by selecting Save from the File menu ( CMD+S on Mac, ALT+S on Windows). If another song with the same song titles exists, you will be asked if you want to overwrite the existing one, create a new one with the same title (Your song list will then contain 2 songs with the same title), or to cancel.

Save As

Sometimes you may be working on a song and will want to save an additional copy of it rather than overwriting the saved settings. You could be on an older song and want to start a new different song based on the current one, or you could want to save a different version of the current song, allowing you to go back to the old settings. This can be done using the Save As command form the File menu ( CMD+SHIFT+S on Mac, CTRL+SHIFT+S on Windows). This will bring up a dialog box allowing you to give a song title, artist name, and date. If you keep the same song title, you will be asked if you want to overwrite the existing song using that title, save a new song using the same song title, or cancel.