Delving Deep into the Book Detail Page in Your Publishing Panel

Vendor Panel: Navigating Book Details – An In-Depth Guide to Information, Management, and Insights

The Book Detail Page in your Publishing Panel offers a thorough and in-depth look at a specific book. You can find a variety of options and information on this page to maintain and promote the book effectively.

Accessing the Book Details Page

Click on the Book Menu in the Publishing Panel.

Following this step, you will be taken to a page that displays comprehensive information about the books.
Select your book of choice and click on the Eye Icon (Show) in the Settings column.

Book Detail Page: Information

  1. Book Cover: Customers may quickly identify the book by looking at the Book Cover section. The Book Detail Page will help you make sure that the book cover accurately represents the content and appeals to readers.

  1. Book Title: The title of the book provides readers with essential information about the book's identity and subject matter.

  1. ID: The ID is a unique code or identifier assigned to each book in your catalog.

  1. Author's Name: The author's name is an essential piece of information for readers. Knowing the author's name allows readers to explore other works by the same author, helping to build an author-reader relationship. Additionally, it is a crucial component of professional attribution and copyright.

  1. Description: A concise yet informative summary of the book's content, offering readers insights into the book's theme, style, and significance.

  1. Publication Status: The publication status of the book is shown in Publication Status. It tells you if the book has already been released or if the final edits are still being made.

  1. Publication Date: This section displays the date the book was released or made available in your store. Customers can determine the recentness of the book's publication by using it as a reference point. You give readers a sense of timeliness and significance by including the publishing date. Customers frequently search for newly released or recently published books, and the book's publication date enables them to determine whether it matches their interests.

  1. Edit: When you click on the Edit option, you will be taken to a page where you can review the information that was previously entered during the publication process.
Except for the publication status, Administrators lack the capability to edit information in other sections, leaving only vendors with the ability to modify their book details using their respective accounts.

  1. View in Store: Choosing View in Store will take you directly to the book's page in your online catalog. This enables you to evaluate how the book appears to readers.

  1. Open the Reader: You can easily access the book's content on a specific reading platform or application by using the Open in Reader option. It allows for simple previews or reference checks to make sure the content lives up to your requirements for quality.

Book Information Table

  1. ID: The ID is a unique code or identifier assigned to each book in your catalog.

  1. Book Type: This indicates the advanced book type. 
  2. Title: It displays the book's title.

  1. Book File Format: This indicates a particular type of digital file that stores the book's content, enabling electronic reading. These formats include PDF, EPUB3, and audiobooks.

  1. Favorites: The Favorites option allows admins to manage and evaluate user preferences, enabling them to track which books are popular and establish a stronger connection between readers and the books they enjoy. The Favorite option provides valuable insights into reader behavior and preferences from an administrative standpoint. This data can be utilized to inform marketing strategies, content recommendations, and platform management, enhancing user engagement and fostering customer loyalty for the digital bookstore or platform's success. 

  1. Downloads: The number of downloads is a significant indicator of a book's popularity and relevance. It provides data on how many times the book has been downloaded, offering insights into its readership and the effectiveness of marketing efforts. A high number of downloads can signal a well-received book, while a lower count might indicate room for improvement in marketing or content.

  1. Price: The Price section on the book details page provides crucial information to administrators about the book's cost. This data enables effective management of pricing, profitability, and financial aspects of the digital bookstore or platform. Administrators can make data-driven decisions on pricing structures, promotional activities, and revenue generation strategies based on this information. It also facilitates the setting of different pricing options, including rental rates, for better business planning and management.

  1. Rental Options (Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly): Rental options on book platforms provide flexibility and affordability, allowing readers to engage with content according to their preferences and schedules. This feature is essential for meeting diverse reader needs and improving the administrative management of the digital bookstore or platform.

    1. Weekly Rental: Rent a book for precisely one week, suitable for short-term access needs, such as research projects or shorter reading commitments.

    1. Monthly Rental: Rent a book for an entire month, catering to readers who require more extended access for leisurely reading or academic purposes over several weeks.

    1. Yearly Rental: Rent a book for a full year, ideal for readers planning to engage with the content over a longer period or revisit the book multiple times throughout the year.

These rental options accommodate diverse reader needs and enhance administrative management on the digital bookstore or platform.
  1. Protection LevelIt shows whether the book type is basic or advanced.

  1. Publication Status: It tells you if the book has already been released or if the final edits are still being made.

  1. Revisions Status: The Revision Status is a critical feature that informs managers about the current state of the book in terms of revisions and updates. This status is particularly valuable for books that have gone through multiple editions or for those in the process of being updated to newer versions.

  1. Edit: When you click on the Edit option, you will be taken to a page where you can review the information that was previously entered during the publication process.
Note: You do not have the ability to edit this section of the information; vendors can make edits to their book information using their own accounts. The only editable aspect related to publication is the publication status, where you can transition the book from Published to Unpublished or other available states.

Statistical Figures

You gain important knowledge about the performance of the book from the Statistical Figures section. It contains data on the number of downloads, opens, and previews. You may examine trends, gauge interaction, and learn more about how well the book is selling by choosing different time frames from the drop-down menus, such as daily, weekly, or monthly.


1. How do I access detailed information about a specific book in the Publishing Panel as a Vendor?
To access detailed information about a book:
  1. Log in to the Publishing Panel with your Vendor credentials.
  2. Click on the Book Menu.
  3. Choose the desired book and click the Eye Icon (Show) in the Settings column.
2. Can I edit book details from the Book Detail Page as a vendor?
As a vendor, you can make edits on the Book Detail Page. However, the changes made require approval from the administrator before they are published.

3. What insights can I gather from the Statistical Figures section in book detail page?
The Statistical Figures section provides data on downloads, opens, and previews. It enables you to track trends and gauge the book's performance over different time frames (daily, weekly, or monthly).