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Townman
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Bookmarks...

OK so I'm dumbfounded that I have not looked at the Bookmark functionality before now ... never really felt a need to use it until today whilst cruising the mobile forum and found myself needing to keep returning to a particular post ... and needing to follow my own bread crumb trail to find it again.

BOOKMARK it seemed like a sensible idea on my 3rd return to it.  Fine ... but now where do I find my list of book marks so that I can jump straight to it?

Thought I would use the HELP link at the bottom of the page ... which offers a search facility and rather stupidly I expected that to search the service HELP GUIDE ... not the whole of the community posts.

What obvious thing have I missed? Cool_smiley

 

Edit: OK finally found it ... buried in my settings ... not exactly intuitive ... not exactly signposted by help!!  But now I knows!  Embarrassed

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jaread83
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Re: Bookmarks...

Its all part of your subscriptions within your profile. You can access this via the usermenu under 'My subscriptions'.

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Townman
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Re: Bookmarks...

Cheers jack,

As I noted in my edit - I did finally find it after posting.  I had expected to find it on my profile page ... somewhere near my tags ... as that seemed like a logical place.

What confounded my problem is that the HELP section did not work like I anticipated - you know when all else fails go RTFM!!

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