February 17, 2020

LibraryAware Users Speak: Finding your perfect template

Recently our Senior Product Manager Jenny shared some of the feedback we received in our annual LibraryAware survey. One thing we heard loud and clear was your desire to find the templates you need just when you want them.

We are continually adding new designs to our collection, and with more than 8,000 templates available, we know it can sometimes be overwhelming to choose a design to fit your needs.

Always start your LibraryAware session by checking out the newest templates we have added. These new templates are front and center on the homepage under “New Releases.” Using the arrows, you can scroll through this carousel to see the 50 most recently added designs:

You can also see the full range of new templates when you create an item. Below the search box will be a browsable view of all our templates, starting with the most recent additions. Paging through this collection will show you the entire library of templates sorted by newest first.  

We realize you might not have time to sift through hundreds of pages of options, so that’s where our new all-template keyword search comes in! You can search for specific terms like St. Patrick’s Day or Summer Reading and get results that display everything we have on that topic in a variety of formats. We also got feedback about specific events you would like to see more designs for such as Summer Reading. We love hearing your ideas and wanted also to let you know that we’ve got some! Search Summer Reading to find them.

If you have a general idea of what you’re looking for but want to explore the options, make your search terms more general and let serendipity take over! Using the filters on the left side of the page can help narrow down your search results to a more manageable number.

Whether you use the browse or search method of finding a template to suit your needs, we are confident you will have plenty of options to choose from. And if you don’t see what you need, please let us know! We love receiving suggestions for creating new content.

Halle Eisenman is a Content Development Manager for NoveList. She is currently reading Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. 


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