As noted in the general thread - I can see that Natively is recording that I have contributed/suggested X books, but even I can’t necessarily remember which ones they are! (Apart from them mostly still having level suggested ranges, since they’re mostly new).
Suggestion is a page or filter where you can see the titles that you have contributed. Additionally, you might be able to check if you want to show that page to other people who click on your profile (not sure where to surface in the UI though - perhaps a new tab, perhaps a filter setting, perhaps clicking on the Contributed X books, etc)
If this does get added as a prominent profile feature, I’d like a way to control which books are shown, or at least the order they’re displayed in. For example I added サキュバスに転生したのでミルクをしぼります 1 | L23 because I got it for free a few weeks ago, and it turned out to be one of the worst books I’ve ever read (not that I had high expectations, lol). I don’t mind it being in my library right beside my 1-star review, but I’d rather not have it displayed proudly at the top of my profile as my latest contribution to the site
When I voted for this I just assumed it was for private reference. I probably wouldn’t want this feature if it was public, simply because I don’t think it’s anyone’s business but my own what books I contributed.
Well I guess similar to @Athakaspen, I’d want people to see the books in my library within the context of my ratings and reviews. Just seeing that I contributed a book might imply I recommend it, which isn’t necessarily the case.
Well, technically, it sounds like it would not get on the front of the page anyway while your reviews would be more directly accessible. If someone gets out of their way to make the wrong assumption, honestly, it’s on them.
The only exception would be if it’s a book you don’t want to be associated with in any shape or form… but then why add it to begin with?
Speaking of which, I found out that someone has actually added some of the spicier BL stuff I refused to add and even 4~5 stared some of them. I am impressed.