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It's how you would search for multiple tags at once (since this is an important aspect of PBT!)
Also, any links, you can save to your home page under Notes. (That's where I have this saved... and it reminds me I want to save other links, as well, with instructions on how to do things.)
I wanted to let people know that you can give 1/2 stars here at LibraryThing. It's a bit "funny" the way to do it. I had to ask someone, but I suspect some (many?) of you might be interested in this feature.
When you are clicking on the stars to rate them, just click twice in a row on the star just above where you want to rate. So, if you want to give 4.5 stars, click twice in succession on the 5 stars.
Notes are on your Home page (you can customize your home page for what you want to see and the order it appears in).
ETA: It's actually called "Your Notepad"
Under notes, when you add a new note, just click on "add a note", type in the text you want, and you're adding in a URL for what you want to save as a note. Your text will then become a link to the URL you saved.
Hmmm, that's what I've done. Maybe you don't have to put a URL. Maybe you can just type yourself out a note.
>7 LibraryCin: regarding notes. I find notes really useful for creating a list of LT pages that I found hard to navigate to. It means I can always find them again. On your Home screen your notes are called Your Notepad. For example, you could put a link to this group as a note in Your Notepad. You can reorder this module to be at the top of your home screen.
Wait! I just double checked. It's a section called "Your Notepad". There is a green link underneath that says +Add a Note. Maybe do a Ctrl-F (Find) on your Home page to find where it is?
Does anyone know where I would go to add this function? It sure sounds handy...
>22 blueberry: Do you have the pw for it, or was it attached to an email you still have where you could retrieve a reset? They would probably need to verify that you are indeed the person who created the account, even if it's empty. But if you have that, then you can either import your books there, or contact staff to see if they could work their magic to merge things for you.