© 2017 Shtick
a person's special talent, interest, or area of activity.
"movies about ordinary women who do extraordinary things—that's my shtick"
Lists are multicultural, multilingual, easy to understand and one of the most basic forms of communication.
Shtick allows you to create any type of lists, about any subject. You can categorise your lists by adding topics (travel, movies, entertainment...)
Shtick automatically uploads the most popular google image search result of your list name or item name. You can modify the picture by uploading a picture of your own or selecting another picture from the google search (bottom right corner of the picture)
Yes you can, you can upload your pictures by clicking on the upload icon on the bottom right corner button on a picture (next to the google search icon)
Yes, you can, in fact we encourage you to. It is a great way to inform your friends and your network of all the things you have been upto.
Shtick suggests topics based on your list title. You can delete or add these topics at your convenience.
As of now, you can create an unlimited number of lists
As of now, you can create an unlimited number of items to a list
You can add another user's public list to your library and shtick items from that list. However, you cannot add or delete items from that list. The original creator still has control.
You can add another user's public items to a new or existing list, or simply add the item to your "unsorted items" list. These items can be deleted without affecting their original lists.
You can turn any list into challenge, even another user's public list. You can create as many challenges as you want from a single list.
You can participate to any challenge made public.
After a challenge is created, new items added to the original list won't appear on the challenge.
Yes. In your library challenge view, you can click on the top right corner of a challenge and "un-participate" or "delete" if you are the creator
Your library contains all your lists, challenges, reminders and unsorted items.
Unsorted items are items that do not belong to a specific list. They're added either from another user's public list, or from the "quick create" function on the top of your feed page
The quick create function can be used to add an item either to a specific list or to the unsorted items list. It's a quick way to add items that you randomly think of without having to open a specific list and add a new item