Today we are introducing a new feature called Collections! During our time at Anime Los Angeles, we had a fan mention how they were new to the whole doujinshi scene. They told us they found it hard to follow a manga or doujinshi that spanned across multiple uploads, “continuations” of a particular title. So we set out to make this easier for everyone.
At first the plan was to fulfill the objective of displaying a collection on the content information page, linking to each piece of related content. But then we decided to take it a step further… by allowing users to create their own collections!
With Collections, you are able to add various doujinshi / manga / books into a collection you create. These collections appear on your profile and can be either public or private. You can name them whatever you want... Futanari Friday? At the moment there is a limit of ten collections per users.
Creating a Collection
You can create a collection by either visiting your collections page on your profile, or via the “Create Collection” button on your collection list after clicking the “Add To” button on a piece of content.
Editing a Collection
You can edit your collection by visiting your collection's page on your profile, once there, click on the 'Edit' button in the top right.
Deleting a Collection[/b]
You can delete a collection by clicking the ‘Delete’ button while editing a collection.
Adding to a Collection
You can add content to a collection by clicking the ‘Add To’ button while viewing the information of a piece of content. You will be presented with a list of your collections, you can then select which one you want that piece of content added to.
Let us know if you have any issues or suggestions regarding the new Collections feature.
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