Edelweiss Community is a mobile-friendly social networking platform for book lovers. There, users can join unique Communities, or groups of readers with similar interests. Members of a Community can collaborate on lists of titles, communicate with one another, and share their reviews and collections.
It is easy to open Edelweiss Community from any page in Edelweiss+ by clicking on the Edelweiss Community icon on the upper left corner of your screen:
Your Community homepage gives you a snapshot of all the activity taking place across your different communities. To join a Community that you’d like navigate to the Communities lane on the left-hand side:
There, you will see all of the Communities to which you belong as well as those available to join. Join by simply clicking on the icon:
Collaborative Title Lists
Once you’ve joined a Community, you’ll be able to collaborate with other users on Wish Lists for authors and books:
Collaborative lists allow Community members to nominate titles in certain topic areas and provide feedback on others’ suggestions, upvoting their favorites and downvoting others. To view a collaborative list, just click on it!
At the top of the list, you’ll see a description of its topic as well as a summary of list activity and the jacket covers of each nominated book. Underneath that, you’ll see the books ranked from highest to lowest, depending on the number of Community member votes.
Give your opinion! Click the up arrow to upvote or the down arrow to downvote.
Do you think a title is missing from these lists? Click Add Title(s) and then search for the title or add the ISBN. You can even add multiple titles at once by adding a list of ISBNs!
You can also have conversations with other users in the Edelweiss Bookfest Community. You can find the Community’s conversations on the upper left-hand side of the Community Hub:
Simply click on a conversation to view it. If you’d like to add a thought to an existing conversation, click “New Thought” and, if you’d like to reply to someone else, click “reply”:
And, if you’d like, click “Start New” to begin a new conversation: