Haiku Deck Collections (Folders)

Haiku Deck Collections allow users to organize a group of Haiku Decks for personal convenience or for sharing with others. One way to think of Collections is as folders where you can keep decks that you create, that other create, or both. Here are the primary ways you might want to use Collections:

  1. Use Collections to organize your own Haiku Decks: If you have created a large number of Haiku Decks and you want to organize them so it's easy to find what you're looking for. If you're a teacher, you might want to have a collection for each unit. If you're a professional, you might want to have a collection for functional decks like 'sales pitches,' 'status updates,' or 'strategic plans.' If you're a real estate agent you might want a collection of 'listing presentations,' 'comparative marketing analyses,' and 'team update' Haiku Decks.
  2. Use Collections to curate and share decks you create and/or public Haiku Decks that others create for sharing: Using the Haiku Deck Gallery Search or links that other Haiku Deck users share with you, you can create collections that are for sharing with others. For example, an event organizer or attendee can use this feature create and share collections of Haiku Decks shared at a conference or meeting. As an educator, you can search for a topic to create subject-matter collections.
  3. Use Collections to curate and save decks you might want to use for inspiration later on: Let's say you're surfing the Haiku Deck gallery and you find a deck that inspires you. Just copy the URL and add it to a collection so you can easily find it for reference later on. 

Only paying Haiku Deck subscribers can create collections, but anyone can view a collection when they have a link to it. If a deck is added to a collection and later made private by the author, it will be automatically removed from the Collection.

Learn more in the Haiku Deck Collections FAQ




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