October 13, 2015

LibraryThing Adds New Options to Organize and View User-Generated Tags

LibraryThing’s Tim Spalding has posted about three new options to organize and view user-generated tags for items in the LibraryThing database.

Users can now sort tags by:

+ A Weighted Proportion
+ Recent Popularity
+ Recent Publication

Spalding also notes that more than 91 million tags have been added to LibraryThing records.

Click here to view the “elections” tag.

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