Who can use this feature?
All members of a book club can tag books.

In this guide, we'll tell you how to:

  • Tag books you've read
  • Add books to your Reading Queue
  • Mark books as Currently Reading

Tag a Book You’ve Read

From the Library:

  1. Browse or search the Library for the title of your choice.
  2. Hover over the book tile and select the yellow ribbon in the top right corner to tag the book.

From your Profile:

  1. Select the "Search for a book!" button and search by title or author.
  2. Hover over the title of your choice and select the ribbon icon.

   OR

  1. If you've finished reading a book you have marked as Currently Reading, select Tag This Book underneath the title in the top right corner of the page.

From the Dashboard:

  1. If you've finished reading a book you have marked as Currently Reading, select Tag This Book underneath the title in the top left corner of the page.

From a title's Detail Page:

  1. Select the yellow ribbon in the top right corner.

Add a Book to Your Reading Queue

From the Library:

  1. Browse or search the Library for the title of your choice.
  2. Select the book title of your choice.
  3. On the book's detail page, select the yellow icon that says "Add to queue."

From your Profile:

  1. Select the "Search for a book!" button and search by title or author.
  2. Hover over the title of your choice and select the ribbon icon.

Mark a Book as Currently Reading

From the Library:

  1. Browse or search the Library for the title of your choice.
  2. Select the book title of your choice.
  3. On the book's detail page, select the yellow icon that says "Start reading."

From your Reading Queue:

  1. Go to your Profile Page and select the blue tab that says "Reading Queue."
  2. Hover over the book title of your choice and select the yellow open book icon.

From your Profile:

  1. Select the "Search for a book!" button and search by title or author.
  2. Hover over the book title of your choice and select the yellow open book icon.
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