The front page of your book
The eye: Number of views (this is not number of unique views, the views will go up anytime someone clicks on the story)
The star: Number of followers for a particular story, clicking on the star enables you to see the IF usernames
The book: Number of chapters in the book.
Clicking the name of the author takes you to their FFs listed on their IF profile page
The red Follow button: If you're interested in following this author for all future updates, click here. The author will be notified if you follow them.
Social media links: You can share the story via the share button or on FB, Twitter or on Whatsapp.
Add to my library: A reader can click this to add a story to their library, they can further select if they want to be notified by email or push notification. They will be notified when the authors adds a chapter to it. The green button then changes to 'Update Library'. Clicking on this gives you two options, Edit and Unfollow. Clicking on unfollow removes the story from a reader's library. You can access 'My Library' by going to your IF profile and selecting the tab "My Fanfictions' on the drop down menu.
The author, however, is not notified when someone updates their library with their story and they can check the number of followers for their story by clicking on the star icon below the title.
Edit: Any edits an author wishes to make on the front page. Each chapter additionally has its own edit button.
Tags in a story
General tags: Usually are used to refer to the characters of the story, ship names, refining genres, and other aspects of the story that can help users find the story. Note: Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you will find a few tags displayed. Click on 'View all' to get a pages list of all the tags.
Content tags: Used to refer to the Shows and the Actors playing the characters that feature in the story (Shown as Refine by Entity in the main page of the story). This has a pre-set menu and you will only be able to add shows/movies/actors that are already included by the system. Type the first three letters and then select the tag.
Genre tag: Used to identify genres of the story. This has a pre-set dropdown menu, typing the first 3 letters of the genre will reveal it, and only the genres that have been included by the system can be added.
A poem written on Parākrama Divasa, January 23, 2023, the 126th birth ...