How To Use The New StoryPad Tool
One of the coolest new features of our new editor interface is the StoryPad, which makes it easier than ever to collect material from around the web for your story.
- Aspiring editors should bring a laptop and a bit of investigative drive; no experience is necessary. Doug Reside, the digital curator for the performing arts at the New York Public Library, will offer participants a brief tutorial on how to edit an entry properly, as well as “a quick overview of some important collections at the library that are not well represented in Wikipedia’s current articles.” The musical theater angle, he explained, is a function of location, scholarly interest and the me
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- CNGTbien chevere2013-05-08T15:38:53.669Z
- Todd LohenryDoes the storypad have it's own rss feed?2013-04-25T11:35:53.011Z
- Gclub CasinoMy first time where and try to understand.2013-03-12T03:25:47.158Z
- John GroverI like this, I can imagine some great uses for a platform like this, and it performs very nicely.2013-03-09T04:39:04.570Z
- Teresa Jean SchifferI don't like this.2013-01-20T21:37:18.460Z
- SynagermoiThank you! i love it2013-01-17T11:17:42.129Z
- RichardWallworkI am going to give it a go. I run a project and start collecting stories as I come across them.2012-11-28T13:49:38.949Z
- NoviaElviraI will try to understand2012-09-10T13:27:10.965Z
- devdrumlinkwhere is your storify story published? On storify?2012-09-06T15:59:49.668Z
- treisiroonCan this be used privately- without any others being able to see the story? Great collating tool, but not so much if u don't want it public.2012-06-17T15:30:40.083Z