Lists allow you to collect things you think belong together. You may want to do this to help organise your own work, your own favourite resources, or because you think the list will be useful to others. Click here to view all lists available. You may be interested in this short video introducing lists in Trove.
You can define your lists as public (visible by everyone) or private (visible only to you). Public lists can still only be updated by you, but anyone can comment on them or tag them.
Because lists are identified with the person who has created them, you must be logged in to Trove before you can create or maintain a list.
To create a new list:
Resources can be added to a list from the item details page, which is the same page you currently use to tag or comment on an item. You can also create a new list at the same time. There is currently one exception: you cannot add archived web pages.
You can also add any web page outside Trove to a list. For example, you could create a list about interesting Indonesian architecture containing books, journal articles and photographs described on Trove and a variety of web pages on the subject. Just view the list, make sure you are logged in, and click on "Add a webpage to list".
Each list can be given a description, and you can also write a note about each item in the list. You can even change the order of items in a list.
Apart from lists, another way to store items for later use is by adding a tag to each item. Use the name of the list as the tag. You can then retrieve these items by clicking on the tag from the "tags" tab on your user profile page. Access your profile page by logging in and clicking on your user name.