Frequently Asked Questions

What are the general features of your site?

You can create lists, any type of lists. You can search or browse for a public list and pin it so you can monitor it for updates.

You can share a list with another lister, or you may create a wiki list that everyone may access and edit.

Thru list boards, you may join a community of listers where you can rate and vote for entries on a community list.

Do I need to register to use your site?

No.

As a visitor, you can already search, view, print, and email lists that are made public. You may also subscribe to our RSS feeds to get updated content. You may visit our list boards to browse for rated lists by the listers community.

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What can I do when I register?

A lot!

As a registered user, you can comment, rate, and pin a list. You may share a list with fellow listers. You may join list boards to participate in rating and voting for a list.

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What are some examples of lists?

Personal Lists Shared Lists Wiki Lists
to-do list, wish list, grocery list, favorite movies, recipe, menu list, top artists, wish list band's discography, company's price list, events list, group task list, sales team's leads, team contact list apartments list, book shops list, department stores list, hotels list, review centers list, schools list

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What types of lists can I create?

You may create an ordered list:

Ordered List Sample 1
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
Ordered List Sample 2
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
Ordered List Sample 3
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
An example of an ordered list is Top 10 Movies That I Like.

or you may create an unordered list:

Unordered List Sample 1
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
Unordered List Sample 2
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
Unordered List Sample 1
  1. Sample Item 1
  2. Sample Item 2
  3. Sample Item 3
An example of an unordered list is a Grocery List.

You may also choose a text type of list and use HTML tags to format your items.

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What are the different RSS feeds available?

There is an RSS feed for the latest lists made by listers.

There is also an RSS feed for the latest lists made by an individual lister.

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How do I look for a list?

You may do a site-wide or a user-wide search. Site-wide search will return all lists made by any lister that matched your keyword. User-wide search will return all lists made by that lister that matched your keyword.

You may also use the lister's tags to look for a list tagged by the lister that matched your keyword.

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What does pinning a list mean?

Think of it as literally pinning a list to a board.

When you pin a list, it is automatically added in your Pinned Lists link for quick access. You are also added to its Pinners list. When the owner deletes the list, you are sent a message of the action. You may unpin a list anytime to remove it from your Pinned Lists.

As an owner of a pinned list, you can monitor your pinners in your Pinners' Lists link. When you delete a pinned list, all pinners are sent a message that their pinned list has been deleted.

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What is a list board?

A list board is a community feature which may contain one or more lists. Listers can comment, rate or vote on a list (or for each item on a list). There is also a facility for suggesting an item in a list.

A list board may serve as a rated directory service for the community. For a list board to be relevant, appropriate tags must be set by the listers for easy reference.

Example: A jobs listing list board for Davao city
  1. Job seeker goes to 'Davao City' list board.
  2. Job seeker selects the 'banker' tag or do a search for 'banker'.
  3. Lists with 'banker' as tag or keyword are displayed.
  4. Job seeker then selects a list and read thru the ratings, comments and votes.

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