How To Use Edelweiss 101 {a screencast}

Posted on 03/11/2015 in Blog Tips / 12 Comments

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Today, we’re going to talk about how to navigate Edelweiss!

I love Edelweiss, way more than I like Netgalley.  Edelweiss just feels like a more professional platform, but it is hard to use at first!  So I’m going to show you where to click and how to download books, send them to your devices, and provide feedback. Welcome to our first screencast!

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Jennifer is both a book nerd and professional photographer. That means she lives in the fantasy world all the time, whether of her making, or someone else's. She collects books like the Duggar family collects kids, and began waiting for her Hogwarts letter at the tender age of 33.

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12 responses to “How To Use Edelweiss 101 {a screencast}

  1. I love Edelweiss too. It really is just an all around better platform from being able to submit reviews for books that you didn’t get through there. There are some improvements I would like them to make but overall I keep it as another way to send reviews to publishers 🙂 (I don’t request much anymore but that is just because of my read what I want thing)
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  2. Thank you very much. I do used Edelweiss but not often. I didn’t really understand how to use it. I am slowly learning. Your information has help me a lot and probably in the future as I have bookmark the site. I read mostly mysteries and post a review on all I read many are ARC from Netgalley.
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  3. Ooooh this is so incredibly helpful, thank you!! I’ve been meaning to sign up to Edelweiss for a while now, but never actually did because I wasn’t really sure how to navigate it. Now I think I’ll finally do it!

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