Online Home Library management

February 3, 2008

Minor Improvements

Filed under: Home library — gurulib @ 8:38 am
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  1. Now you can delete an entire shelf. You need to login to your GuruLib account. In the main library view select the shelf that you want to delete. You will have two options presented  
    • Edit the shelf
    • Delete the shelf and move all its contents to the trash can shelf
  2. We have added more theme colors to play with. Check them out on your settings page
  3. On your profile page you can sort libraries that are similar to your library based on Similarity(No. of titles that are common), Distance (how far the other library is from you) and username
  4. Profile page now includes the genre cloud to give an idea about the library’s content 
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2 Comments »

  1. I enjoy this site quite a bit. It is really helping me take stock of my collections. I do wish it would automatically load call number information. I started using the comment section for that, but I am not totally comfortable with this. If either Dewey or LOC classifications were given it would help suggest ways to organize all these things on my shelves at home. Right now I try to look them up which is a bit cumbersome. Any way to have this added to the other info that is pulled in when we enter a book?

    Comment by Wayfarer — February 16, 2008 @ 11:14 pm | Reply

  2. Hello Wayfarer,
    Happy to hear that GuruLib is helping with your collection. I am currently working on pulling the LOC and Dewey information automatically. Next updates which are due for the end of this month will feature the LOC/Dewey information.

    Comment by gurulib — February 16, 2008 @ 11:51 pm | Reply


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