As you read and contribute to discussions in Uncommon Pursuit, you might want to remember your all-time favorite resources.
What if there was a way to bookmark your favorite posts and organize them into a personal library?
I’m so glad you asked! To enable this capacity, our community has a feature called “bookmarks”.
First, beneath any post you will see this familiar set of choices:
Click on the “three dots” to open up a wider set of choices. You’ll see this:
Click on the “bookmark” icon (the one that the red arrow is pointing at).
This window will pop up for you:
You can document what the bookmark is for. You can also ask the system to remind you about the bookmark at a later date. If you prefer, select “None needed.”
Once you’ve made your selections, hit the big blue “Save” button. It’s that simple!
That’s another great question!
First, you can click on this link to get to your bookmarks:
Alternatively, you can always find your bookmarks on your profile.
Start by clicking on your profile picture, then the bookmarks tab:
Your bookmarks will be displayed. If you want to see all of your bookmarks, click on the ‘down’ arrow’ (I’ve drawn a red arrow pointing to it).
When you go to the bookmarks section of your profile, this is what you’ll see:
By clicking on the ‘three dots’ next to any bookmark, you will see additional options:
Also, note that you can search your bookmarks!
Overall, bookmarking is a powerful tool that enables you to build a personal library of your favorite discussions in the Uncommon Pursuit community. Enjoy!