Notation for triplet / swing / shuffle feel
Is there a way to enter a note at the top of the score indicating triplet/swing/shuffle feel?
E.g. pieces that need to be played with underlying 3-based feel are very often notated in straight-4 notation, which makes it much more convenient. At the top of the score symbols are used that show this.
(It's hard to reproduce without using a picture, but I'll try)
[symbol for quater] = [triplet of 8's]
[two 8's] = [quarter followed by 8's, both joined by a triplet bracket on top]
Is there such thing in MuseScore?
I don't really need this for a proper swing playback, but want to be able to create standard-looking lead sheets.
Of course there is a way to simply say "Swing" at the top of the score, but it doesn't convey the idea cleanly: it conveys both, the "swing feel" of the piece, and actual time values of written notes. While I may want to address the time values aspect, I may not necessarily want to instruct the musicians to play the piece with a jazz swing feel.
Another way would be to simply notate the piece in 12/8, but sometimes using 4/4 is SO much more convenient.