- RSS feeds
Activity & Blog.
- Next Reads
Max 10 books - numbered sequence.
Max 10 books - unordered
- Display reading status on book-cards
- Display lock status on book cards
- Display owner on public book-cards
Add other user's books to your wishlist.
Short recommendations to help others decide on a book. No scores, only words.
- Public Library List
List of public user libraries to browse, with personalised social media images.
- Bulk Upload
Upload many e-books at a time by compressing them into zip files.
- Sort at Upload
Automatically assign books to specific reading lists from the upload page, instead of afterwards.
- Search Books
Search by: title, author, ISBN. Ability for logged-in users to narrow by location: own library, all public libraries.
- Clarify list capacity in menu
Include (#/10) in both Favourites and Next 10 menu items.
- Clarify own/other Library location
Amend selected styles of My Library and Libraries links to differentiate source library.
- List of own recommendations
Additional book list to display all books from a single library that the reader recommends.
- List of public recommendations
Additional page to display all public books that readers recommends.
- OPDS Feed Sync
Subscribe to your private Libreture OPDS feed to sync your entire collection with supported e-reader software, such as FBReader. (Suggested by @dmoonfire)
- Free Plan and Paid Upgrades
A permanently free plan, with additional paid plans for upgraded capacity. Introduced to prepare for the additional storage requirements of PDF/CBZ/CBR support.
- Edit book information
Facility to edit or correct missing metadata for own books.
- Accept books with missing metadata
Reduce upload hurdles by allowing users to upload their books first and fix missing metadata afterwards.
- PDF/CBZ/CBR Import
Upload PDF and CBZ/R comics and graphics-heavy books to Libreture. Convert filename into metadata.
- Unique Activity entry pages for event
Improve ability to share individual activity events by creating unique pages per event. (ActivityStream)
- Public Activity page
Show all public activity in a new feed page, making it available for discovering new books, social sharing, and search indexing.
- Additional Upload page settings
Easier to mark books from a particular bookshop and with privacy settings on the Upload page.
- Additional metadata, including multiple 'Contributor' properties
Recognise and store more details from a book's metadata, such as multiple authors, illustrators, cover artists, publishers, and more.
- Custom Lists
Create and name lists, then add your books to them.
- Banner artwork
Select banner images to add to your Custom Lists.
- Import from 3rd party services, like Dropbox
- Send to Libreture
E-mail books directly to your Libreture account. For both users and bookshops.
- Calibre OPF Support
Integrate with Calibre libraries - more details to follow.
Auto-generate Bookshop Crawl shopping lists from Wishlists - Not as useful as I first thought.
Ability to remotely manage library and activity data through an Application Programming Interface. Available for both individual users and third-party developers.
- Pause Reading
Mark a particular book as paused and return to it later.
- Reader Dashboard
Presenting useful information from your library and reading activity, including reading rate, favourite bookshops, etc.
- Next/Previous Buttons on Book Page
Navigate your lists or library one book at a time with next & previous buttons.
- Send to Kindle
Send your Mobi books directly to your Kindle using Amazon's E-mail to Kindle feature.
- Upload widget for bookshops
Upload your newly purchased books directly to your Libreture account from participating bookshops
- Free e-books for Libreture subscribers
A selection of free e-books from participating authors, to add directly to your Libreture account.
- Activity Stream widget
Embed your Libreture activity feed on your own website or blog.
- Web Reader
Read your own e-books online in Libreture.
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