While bookmarks are ideal for stand-alone posts of interest, the Lists feature allows you to create and organize collections of articles in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index for topical interests or for shared resources or activities. Just like with bookmarks, tags help you to organize your list, allowing you to classify that collection of posts according to terms you choose. The list description notates the intentions of or uses for that particular list.
You can easily create a new list - or add article(s) to an existing list that you own - from any individual article or search results page. Also, because lists can be private or public, you can also browse public lists created by others using the Search Lists feature on your ACI Lists page. You can follow any public list in ACI, and you can receive auto-notification emails anytime a new post has been added to a list you follow or maintain. In addition, you can also subscribe to the RSS feed of any list by clicking on the Subscribe button in the upper-right corner of a list page.
In addition, your ACI Stream displays a comprehensive view of all posts from your collection of lists, allowing you to easily see at-a-glance the posts and details for every list you follow or maintain in ACI. Your ACI Stream lets you browse the content in your lists, ordered by the most recently-added post, without having to visit each list separately.