A Present for HASA Members from the Site
- As is only fitting, HASA has a present for its members on the occasion
of the site's 3rd birthday.
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These aren't *completely* new. They are sort of mathomish, having
first popped up in the Workshop section, and are being handed out
again as their own section.
What are playlists? Like a music playlist, a HASA playlist is a set of
favorites, with stories instead of songs. You can make one up of just
your own works (an Author playlist) or you can collect stories that
you like to read into a set (a Reader playlist). You can have as many
playlists as you like!
Create a list with a name and an explanation of what it is for, then
add stories. For each story, provide a short reason why it is in your
list. Any story that is Beta, General or Published status can be added
to a list. Once your list is together, set an order to the tales and
click "Active". Now all HASA members can see it.
See a list you like? Add it to your collection! With a click of a
button, you can build your list of playlists. Keep a set of playlists
and look at the stories through another person's eyes. Have an instant
list of an author's series of stories. See what a workshop is up to.
You can reach Playlists two ways:
1. "My Playlists" link under My Stuff in the upper left of the Welcome
page. The link is also in the My Stuff section.
2. "Playlists" in between Stories and Resources in the Sections
It is all very simple right now. As people add playlists, more
features will be added. If you already have a playlist in Workshops
that you would like to have converted to a regular Author playlist,
please email me via the Tech Support contact form. Give me your name
and the name of the playlist so I can convert it.
Questions? Be sure to read the Playlist FAQ .
Tech Support - HASA