I know they're here somewhere but where?
Hi Douglas -
I guess I'm not sure what you meant by "My Favorites". Do you mean the URLs you might have saved? We put these under "My Stuff" in the very top bar.
You can see your bookmarks by clicking the icon at the very top (second from the right).
Does this help, or are you referring to something else?
"My Favorites" refers to those citations that I save while browsing the table of contents of a journal. Maybe a more appropriate phrase would be "My saved pubs". I was finally able to add this feature to "My Stuff" by adding the URL of "My Favorites" via "Edit My Stuff".
Sorry it took so long to respond but I just kept putting off doing this.
I think you are looking for bookmarks. Try going to the very very top of the page. In the blue bar, send from the right, is an icon for bookmarks. If you click on that, you should be able to see anything you have bookmarked to the ACS Network.
I hope that is what you mean.
I'm afraid your suggestion does not work because to get to my saved pubs I need to leave the ACS Network. Copying the appropriate URL to My Stuff did the trick.
Glad that worked for you.
The other thing you could do, is bookmark the publications to the Network. If you go to create a Bookmark on the Network. There is a link at the bottom of the box that pops up that has a link to a bookmarklet.
This bookmarklet gets installed into your browser so that as you go to various websites, you can bookmark the web page to the ACS Network.
Later this year, we hope to have an improved piece of functionality which will allow users to start a discussion about a website in the forum or group of their choosing.
Good day, Christine. Thaank you for the Bookmark on the Network. Best Regards, Sergey .
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