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471HASA How to - February 2013 - second attempt

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  • Nath
    Feb 16, 2013
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      <p style="text-align: left;">Clearly, bookmarking a story is easier than
      getting Yahoo groups to cooperate. I hope this comes out legible, and if
      not, next time it's back to plain text<br></p><p style="text-align:
      left;"><strong><br></strong></p><p style="text-align: left;"><strong>How
      do I...</strong></p> <p style="text-align: right;"><strong>...save a
      story to my favorites and update the bookmark?</strong></p> <p>Of course
      you can just bookmark astory in your browser, but there are also two
      ways to bookmark a story on HASA itself: Save to Favorites and
      AddThis.</p> <p>AddThis is available to all readers, and lets you print
      a story, bookmark the page, email the URL, or link it to a service such
      as Facebook, Twitter etc.</p> <p>On every story list and every Reader
      Toolbox, you will see a bright orange button with a plus sign on it.
      This is the AddThis button.How it works:</p> <ol> <li>Hover your mouse
      over the button.</li> <li>A pop-up window appears with various options
      (print, bookmark, send to...,etc.).</li> <li>Click on the option you
      want.</li> </ol> <p>Save to Favorites is available when you are logged
      in, and saves the story to your Library on HASA. This means you can get
      your story list no matter what computer you are on because it is part of
      the site, not bookmarked on a particular computer. Your Favorites list
      is available on every page of the site in a drop-down list at the right
      hand end of the site header.</p> <p>To save to favorites:</p> <ol>
      <li>Go to the Stories section of HASA.</li> <li>Click on either the
      overview or any chapter of the story you want to add.</li> <li>In the
      Reader Toolbox that appears at the top and the foot of these pages,
      click the button that says "AddStory".</li> <li>The page refreshes and
      the story is added to your list.</li> <li>If you are on the Overview,
      the first chapter is bookmarked. If you are on a specific chapter, that
      chapter is bookmarked.</li> </ol> <p>For multi-chapter stories that you
      have already Saved to Favorites, you can update your bookmark to set it
      to a new chapter by using the Set Bookmark button in the Toolbox in the
      chapter you are reading.</p> <p>And that's all there is to it!</p>