Now you can create your own shelves to organize not only your binders, but other people’s binders as well. Here are some reasons that you might want to create shelves:
- To collaborate with a group on multiple binders
- To collect the best binders on a given topic
- To create separate shelves for your students and for parents
- To organize binders by subject (both your binders and binders from other authors)
The nice thing is, when other people’s binders are updated, you automatically have the latest version on your shelf. These new shelves can also be embedded, so you can put them in a website, wiki, or blog.
In fact, you don’t have to have your own binders at all, you can just curate all the great binders that are already out there on your shelves.
Our LiveBinders community has shown us some amazing applications and uses for binders. We can’t wait to see what you do with shelves!
Here is how you can create and add to your own shelves:
To add a binder to a shelf, click on “Add to Shelf” either from the drop-down “Add” option in the upper right corner of the binder’s “Edit” mode, or from the “Options” menu located under the binder.
These shelves can be emailed as links or embedded as widgets in your blog or website. This is easier on Blogger and other similar websites, but can be done on WordPress like the example below:
Here is an example of a shelf of the winners of the “Top 10 LiveBinders for 2011”.
Thanks again to those who requested this feature. As always, keep those enhancement requests coming. We love making LiveBinders a more useful tool for you.