Leafmarks has once again responded lightning fast to the reviewing community’s desires, this time in the aftermath of the “Authors Stalking Reviewers” news.
Continue reading Leafmarks Announce New Feature: Private Reviews #HaleNo →
According to their latest newsletter, Leafmarks has implemented useful features desired by Goodreads members at almost the same time Goodreads has added an unwanted and derided feature that
spams recommends books to you in the Updates feed on the home page, while many sought after ones – as well as a long list of bug fixes and defunct features – have seemingly been ignored in Amazon’s pursuit of profit.
Continue reading Leafmarks adds features much wanted by Goodreads users – filter out images, high-level blocking, and more →
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Recent controversy over at Goodreads over arbitrary nudity violations has spurred many in the GLBT romance and erotica reading community to open Leafmarks accounts. And in an effort to welcome the group Leafmarks have implemented mature and spoiler tags to hide sexy and spoiler-ific content behind a clickable link, giving one the choice to view it or not.
Two custom tags: spoiler, and mature – can now be used in reviews, status updates, and comments. These tags collapse content into links “[VIEW SPOILER]” or “[VIEW MATURE CONTENT”] until clicked on to expand.
In the eight months since Leafmarks opened for business much has changed. Librarians, groups, and personal and community reading challenges have been added. Functions that have been repeatedly requested at Goodreads have been implemented at Leafmarks.
Continue reading Leafmarks, Eight Months On →
Leafmarks has added Librarians! It seems to work similar to how it does on Goodreads, although the ability to combine, merge duplicates, and separate editions will be available within the next week.
Continue reading Leafmarks Librarians! →
So yesterday I criticized the hugely misleading infographic Goodreads posted on New Year’s day, otherwise known as International Hangover Day, and Lyn’s comment inspired me make some predictions for the site in 2014.
Continue reading Goodreads By The Numbers 2014 Predictions →
Unsure of how to use Leafmarks? This might help.
When you first sign up or sign in, this is what you’ll see:
Continue reading Leafmarks Tour & Tutorial →