Website and Catalog Tip of the Week: Add a Comment!

Where do you tell others about the books you’ve read, the music you’ve listened to, and the movies you’ve seen? Did you know you can use the library catalog to record—both for yourself and others—your feelings about anything in the catalog (even our seeds and culture passes!)

Add a Comment!

Creating a comment is super quick and easy.

Log in from any page on the library website by clicking the blue Log In button on the top right (it is always in the same spot). Once you are logged in, find the book, movie, CD, or other item you want to review. Click on it to get to the complete details, and click Add in Community Activity toward the bottom of the page. Your comment can be one or two sentences or a few paragraphs; your choice. Just make sure it’s relevant to what you’re reviewing and keep it family friendly!

Unless you’re just putting in a sentence or two, it’s best to write your comment in a separate document (a Google or Word document, an email, anything you can save) and paste it into the box for adding a comment. That way, you can proofread it before you enter it and you know you have it saved somewhere in the case that you lose it before you have the chance to hit Save.

And you’re done, it’s that simple!

Questions? Call Infoline at 520 791 4010, or contact Ask A Librarian!

And if you haven’t, check out our previous tips of the week, opens a new window!