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General catch-all for LibraryThing related discussions
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This is the place to post or discuss bugs on LibraryThing (this includes TinyCat). It's not a wishlist for features, nor a list of things that could …
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A group for new members to introduce themselves, ask questions and learn about everything the LibraryThing community and site have to offer. …
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Frequently Asked Questions -- Ask, add and/or answer. This is an unofficial, informal group. For the Official FAQ, go here or click on the "About" …
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A place to make recommendations for functions or features you'd like to see incorporate into LibraryThing. Sometimes known as "Recommended Site …
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When to combine? When not to combine? How the #!% did they get combined? Welcome to an Anarchists' Convention ... "World domination through work …
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Note that this is a discussion group. To actually sign up for Early Reviewers make sure to fill out the sign-up page. The list of available books -- …
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This is a group for LibraryThing staff to announce and discuss new features and other improvements with members. Unlike every other group, we …
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For discussion of LibraryThing's unique "Common Knowledge" feature—a sort of "fielded wiki" available on work and author pages—and our more …
All series related questions, requests, debates, etc.
A group for those interested and involved in entering the personal libraries of famous readers into LibraryThing as Legacy Libraries. For discussions …
For those who want to discuss why they flagged something, those who've been flagged and discussions over what is and isn't appropriate, reviews, …
Follow and help develop the various LibraryThing APIs. Non-programmers should feel free to suggest cool new widgets they'd like to see.
Discussing the multitudinous ways to organize your book collection through tags.
LibraryThing sell CueCats! (See here.) Many users already have them. I've started this group to answer questions, and let CueCaters trade info. For …
Flash-Mob Cataloging is when a horde of LibraryThing members descend on some small library, catalog their books in LibraryThing, eat some pizza, talk …
Talk about adding author and venue pictures and photos, issues of copyright, flagging pictures, quarantine, and more.
This group was created to be Talk for those who don't talk much on LT now. This includes introverts, lurkers, those too busy to read threads with 150+ …