LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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I want to catalog my books and keep track of what I’ve lent to friends. Anybody used any of the above software for my intended purposes?
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Re: LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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I downloaded LibraryThing a couple of weeks ago. I've started adding my books but haven't completed. So far I am satisfied with LT, however, probably not enough experience to really recommend it. I am not familiar with Libib or Goodreads.... Our city library director is who suggested LT to me.
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Re: LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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BIGal wrote: Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:35 am I downloaded LibraryThing a couple of weeks ago. I've started adding my books but haven't completed. So far I am satisfied with LT, however, probably not enough experience to really recommend it. I am not familiar with Libib or Goodreads.... Our city library director is who suggested LT to me.
Are you printing spine labels in LoC or Dewey?
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Re: LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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Goodreads is great...super easy to use and lets you snap a picture of your current book to add to your shelf.
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Re: LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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4strings wrote: Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:25 am Goodreads is great...super easy to use and lets you snap a picture of your current book to add to your shelf.
will it track shelf location and whether I’ve loaned it to a friend?
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Re: LibraryThing, Libib, or Goodreads?

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i have never looked into doing that...I am not sure. :confused
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