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Nadia

When viewing a list of book panes, often users want to to be able to toggle to a cover view, to have a better, more efficient, browsing experience.

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toucanpie
Dec 30, 2023

Thiiiiis is the feature I've been waiting for since I signed up three years ago. <3 Can't wait!

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Nadia
Jan 1, 2024

toucanpie Soweeeee!!

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thexennialreader
Sep 24, 2023

Really hoping for this soon! THe only reason I use some of the other apps is to share my monthly reads in a nice visual format showing the book covers!!

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Nadia
Sep 26, 2023

thexennialreader It is on the todo list for this year...but it also was last year...but I really don't want to take this todo into 2024... 😅

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cajengirl
Dec 17, 2023

Nadia just poking in here for this feature!! I REALLY want to leave Goodreads behind in 2024... But this cover view just keeps me there... Any updates on this?

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Nadia
Dec 18, 2023

cajengirl Looking like 2024, I'm afraid!

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dvdmgr
Nov 18, 2022

Very keen on this feature! Is it likely to happen soon?

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Nadia
Nov 18, 2022

dvdmgr I wish it was out already! You can keep track of where it is the pipeline from the main roadmap view! This post explains a little bit more about when you might expect things to be done: https://roadmap.thestorygraph.com/changelog/our-public-roadmap-is-live-. The items aren't in any priority order within their respective buckets (Medium Term, Up Next, etc.).

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dvdmgr
Nov 19, 2022

Nadia Thanks, Nadia!

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booksandquills
Aug 17, 2021

So excited for this feature! I find it super helpful when having a look at everything I've read in a year and being able to have it all on one screen :)

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Nadia
May 3, 2021

That's certainly part of it! There's also aesthetics at play! And what people want to screenshot! :-D

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cajengirl
Sep 14, 2021

This is my exact reason! I make monthly wrap-ups that I post on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn - currently I am going back to Goodreads to screenshot from my reading challenge there.

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lagbolt
Mar 4, 2021

This feels like part of a more general feature for making pages more or less dense. For example, more dense might reduce the font size and white space. It's an interesting UX question whether you want a single scale (less dense <-> more dense) or you want separate controls for cover on/off, font size, white space, amount of data displayed per item ...

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Nadia
Feb 28, 2021
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