People who use Are.na as a daily tool appreciate the dynamism between private and public collaboration. Content is easily connected between different topics and channels, resulting in discovery of information and organic archives.
Play around for a while: adding content, connecting and discovering users is the best way to find out the platform's qualities.
A channel is a grouping of images, links, files, and texts. You can create and organize them privately, publicly and collaboratively.
Channels have privacy settings that determine who can view or add to them. When creating a channel, you can choose your privacy settings.
An open channel can be added to or viewed by anyone, a closed channel is viewable by anyone but editable only by you and your collaborators, and a private channel is only viewable and editable by you and your collaborators.
A block owner can remove their blocks from any channel, as long as they can view it. Only channel owners and collaborators can update the order of a channel, change its visibility and change its title.
Are.na's bookmarklet allows you to add information from your browser bar while you are out and about surfing the net. You can install it in one step here.
100% of shares are owned by the founders and advisors.
A bit out of date, you can find it here: dev.are.na.
List of projects powered by Are.na.
Yes, you can post suggestions, comments, bugs and complaints in our feedback channel.
We trust our users' common sense and have no particular graphic or adult restrictions in the name of research freedom. Our team can intervene in case of explicit criminal offense, read our terms and conditions for more information.
Users are responsible for the content they link or upload, for research purposes we believe in the fair use of intellectual property, please credit authorship and sources when possible. Read our terms and conditions for more information.