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The StoryGraph's "End of Year Review" Page
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Nadia

We've always wanted to have one!

A special, easily-shareable page/infographic style thing that shows a selection of information, stats, diagrams, charts, etc. of your reading during that year.

What would you like to see on such a page? Share all of your ideas: big or small!

The great thing about a feature like this is that we can adapt and improve it to surprise and delight y'all every single year! :-D

Perhaps we'll have one ready for 2021, but no promises!

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Nadia
Jan 15, 2022
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xeniajensen
Jan 3, 2022

I would love for this to be available year-round, the same way Goodreads does it. I used to use it to keep tabs on my reading throughout the year. Some highlights I like from Goodreads and miss currently being easily available on StoryGraph:

  • Longest book
  • Shortest book
  • Most popular book
  • Least popular book

Also inspired from elsewhere (Letterboxd), maybe some more all-time stats like most re-read book, most popular of all time, longest of all time, shortest, etc.

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Nadia
Jan 4, 2022

Since we have the all-time stats year round (which will always be developing), we think it'll be more exciting to have a special end-of-year wrap-up that comes out on the first day of the New Year (we're still aiming to release a 2021 one this month), to give people something to look forward to, something to surprise and delight them. Some of the information we display there will only make sense/be interesting in the context of a summary of a whole year's worth of reading.

That's not to say that our general stats page can't have a "longest book/shortest book (so far)" stat and other updates like that, but we'd rather have a unique, special thing that comes out once a year separate to our general stats dashboard!

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Nadia
Jan 4, 2022

Love the idea of having some all-time stats in the end-of-year wrap-up!

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kestrellady
Dec 19, 2021

Maybe something for re-reads? How many books you reread or even if you read a book twice in the same year!

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laranda
Oct 30, 2021

A cute graphic eventually would be if there was a way to see all the titles read in a year lined up like they were on a bookshelf.

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a_robin_reads
Oct 20, 2021

Yes! I love this. I would actually like it if it can be monthly as well. A little graph where it shows what books I've read that month in compact way to share with friends.

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maggies
Oct 14, 2021

It might be interesting to see stats related to how long it took to read books over the course of the year, both average and individually. For example, looking at my stats, I know I finished a bunch of books in June, but I didn't start them all in June, so it would be great to see how finish dates stack up against start dates, I think!

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anonionreads
Oct 9, 2021

Fun encouragements and motivations for next year too! Genres to try getting into next year, and book suggestions based on what you read this year to start your new year off looking great!

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Nadia
Oct 9, 2021

I love that idea: suggestions for next year!

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jaina8851
Oct 6, 2021

I would love surprising elements! I'm thinking about the year end wrap-up that Spotify does where it shows me analytics that I wouldn't necessarily have access to myself. Trying to find pictures of all the slides that they share is apparently difficult in October since most people share those things to their Stories where they promptly disappear 😅

But I'm thinking maybe like, something that shows "your most surprising favorite" where it highlights a book that you rated 5* that is most unlike your usual genre/mood/length etc, or "your most unique favorite" where you loved a book a lot more than similar readers did, or things like that. I also love the chart that Spotify does where it compares "minutes listened" over the past five years, and particularly for myself this year, having read WAY more than in any previous year, a chart that showcases total pages read YOY for the past five years would become increasingly delightful in the years to come.

I would say that the most amazing feature of this idea for me is "easily shareable". Right now in order to share any kind of summary of reading, I would have to take screenshots to share it, and that's clunky. So an easy way to share, e.g., a collage of all the book covers without me having to screenshot, scroll, screenshot, scroll, would be awesome!

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Nadia
Oct 7, 2021

Thanks for these notes! I was definitely thinking of Spotify when thinking about new and interesting data points that you don't see all-year round but which make sense for a fun year-end wrap-up!

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onkenzisshelf
Oct 6, 2021

LOVE this! Even just seeing the stats we can currently see in an easily shareable post or graphic format would be a fab start!

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Nadia
Oct 7, 2021

We want to make the current charts/stats pages easily shareable regardless!

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Nadia
Oct 4, 2021
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