November 20, 2019
LibraryAware all-templates search
Soon you’ll be able to search for any of LibraryAware’s 7,000+ templates — flyers, bookmarks, e-blasts, the whole lot — from a single search bar at the top of the page.
September 9, 2019
Get Reader Insights with NoveList Select
This spring, we launched the NoveList Select Analytics Dashboard, which gives our libraries a more holistic picture of the impact NoveList Select is having in your catalog. As part of our commitment to provide windows into how your library’s patrons are viewing and interacting with NoveList Select in your catalog, we’re excited to announce that even deeper insights are now available in the Dashboard.
July 8, 2019
Customizable Shapes in LibraryAware’s Drag and Drop Editor
In addition to the many shapes you can access by searching LibraryAware’s images, you will find several new shapes to customize within the drag and drop editor, including a starburst, an arrow, and quote and thought bubbles.
June 24, 2019
See more, scroll less on the LibraryAware homepage
Each section of the homepage will now feature up to 50 templates or items you’ve created in a single row, and you can click on the arrows to the right and left of the cards to page through them all. Indicators at the bottom of each section will let you know how much content you can click through.
June 20, 2019
What can you do with Media Mentions?
Do you have patrons who want to check out the latest books featured on morning talk shows? You’re in luck! Last month, we launched a new enhancement, Media Mentions. With this, we are highlighting books that have been featured recently in the media – outlets like Fox News’ Fox & Friends, NPR’s Marketplace, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, and even Bravo’s Watch what happens live with Andy Cohen! So what can you do with Media Mentions?
June 10, 2019
LibraryAware Drag and Drop Editor Updates
One of my favorite parts of being LibraryAware’s product manager is being able to tell you about a new feature that will save you time and make your job easier, and today I get to tell you about two big enhancements to LibraryAware’s drag and drop editor.