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By clicking on the Explore tab in eHive you can browse through records using a number of options.  You can switch between the explore options by clicking the links in the Tools section on the right side of the page.

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Exploring by Collections

Exploring by Collections will give you a list of all eHive accounts, in a random order.  For each listing, you will see a few objects from one of their collections.  You can see all objects in that collection by clicking on the See All link, or you can click on the link for the account to see their Public Profile. 

Exploring by Object Tag Cloud

Tags are keywords that users add to specific records. Tags that have been added in eHive are displayed in the Tag Cloud on the Explore page. Tags are displayed in different sizes in the Tag Cloud. As more records are tagged with a particular term, the larger the tag appears in the Tag Cloud.

To see all the records associated with a particular tag, just click on the word, such as art or green.

Exploring by Featured Members

Read about organisations using eHive to catalogue and publish their collection. We feature members from around the world.

Exploring by Popular Objects

The Popular Objects on eHive are the most viewed object records. On the Explore page this is displayed in a grid of thumbnail images of the objects. Only objects with images are included in this grid. To view an object, click on the image.

Exploring by Interesting Objects

The Most Interesting Objects on eHive are ranked by several factors, including the amount of text content, the number of images of the object, the number of comments and tags and the number of views. On the Explore page this is displayed in a grid of thumbnail images of the objects. To view an object, click on the image.

Exploring by Recently Added Objects

The Most Recently Added Objects are the records most recently created on the website. On the Explore page this is displayed in a grid of thumbnail images of the objects. To view an object, click on the image.

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