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Create

Create a personalized folder by clicking the 'Folder Sign-In' link found in the upper right-hand corner of content pages, then entering an email address and creating a password with at least three characters. Multiple users within a single customer account can create unique folder sign-ins for any authorized News Services databases. The same sign-in name and password can be used for each News Services database, however users can only retrieve saved items from the database they are currently visiting. Users can also save items to a 'Guest' folder without signing in to a personalized folder, but the folder will be emptied automatically when the browser window is closed.

 

Save

Save items to a folder by clicking on the folder icon found in the upper right-hand corner of savable content pages. A plus sign appears on the folder when the item has been saved. Searchable content can be saved to a folder. In addition, many Curriculum Tools items can be saved to a folder.

 

Access

Access saved items, by clicking the 'Saved Items' link, also found in the upper right-hand corner of content pages. If you are signed in to a folder, a pop-up window will appear with links to content from Today's Science saved during the current and previous sessions. If you are not signed in, only items saved during the current session will be displayed. Clicking a link takes you directly to the saved item and closes the pop-up window. To return to the pop-up window, click the 'Saved Items' link again.

Create a Folder

 

Create a personalized folder by clicking the 'Folder Sign-In' link found in the upper right-hand corner of content pages

 

 

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