A Theme holds membics related to an ongoing interest or purpose. Here's how to make a theme:
The next time you write a membic, you'll see your theme listed with a checkbox next to it. Check the checkbox to post your membic to your theme.
Click your theme name to show popular social media share buttons, the direct access link for your theme, and the invite button. The invite button allows you to invite people to follow your theme, or pre-approve them as contributing members. If you're not quite ready for that yet, you can skip this section.
Themes provide easy access to membics as a newsfeed, as an up-to-date "top 20" list, or via keyword/text search. Themes were built for collaboration, reflecting the knowledge and experience of multiple people. Here's how you can be involved with a theme:
You can apply to move up a level, or resign to move down a level. Applications are reviewed, and Founders retain the power to revoke membership rights of non-Founders. Cooperative themes are designed to handle collaborative posting from 5 to 50 members.
Themes support custom keywords to help categorize membics. The keywords turn into search radio buttons that provide quick and intuitive filtering on the search tab. If you are not sure what keywords you want, wait until you have 10-15 membics to get an idea of what might work well. You can add or edit keywords at any time.
To manage keywords, open the theme settings then click the "Theme Keywords" link. There is no limit on the number of keywords, but keeping it to less than 8 or so can make it easier work with. Keywords help to educate visitors about the kinds of membics available in the theme. Broader concepts are good. Each membic can have multiple keywords associated with it.