ook, we get it. There are hundreds of Star Wars books. It’s a lot to take in. Don’t you wish there were an easy way to keep track of what you’ve read and what you haven’t?
Well now there is! Introducing The Youtini Bookshelf: A personalized Star Wars reading tracker powered by Coda.io and the enormous Youtini book database.
The Youtini Team already organizes the enormous Star Wars book catalogue into a database that powers this site. Now you can reap the benefits by accessing this database in your own personal collection.
Check out the video below for an overview of the Youtini Bookshelf or keep reading for more details.
Coda.io is a productivity software that combines the power of Google Docs with tables and databases. The Youtini team actually uses Coda every single day to manage the day to day affairs of the company!
We discovered that the software was perfectly equipped to handle a powerful book tracking system and we built just that using our Star Wars book database.
All you have to do is create a free account with Coda and copy our docs. Then you are free to customize to your heart’s content!
We Worry About Data, You Worry About Reading
We handle the tricky business of gathering data surrounding Star Wars books - the titles, authors, dates, and images are all handled by our talented database team.
We give you access to our database so you can add new books to your collection as they are released.
How to Create Your Own Youtini Bookshelf
Getting your own copy of the Youtini Bookshelf is incredibly easy. Navigate to https://coda.io/signup and create a free account.
Then, go to each of the separate Youtini Bookshelf Coda docs listed below and click the copy button in the top right. This will add a copy to your account! (Why are there separate Bookshelves for each category? See the FAQ below)
Check out the video below for a simple walkthrough if you are having trouble.
Youtini Bookshelf Coda Docs
These are links to each of the Youtini Bookshelves. Why are there separate Coda docs you ask? The short answer is the free version of Coda has limitations that forced us to break them up. See the FAQ below for more details.