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Creating Bookmarks, Subscribing, and Sharing content

This article discusses how to create bookmarks, subscribe to content, and share content.

Note: To perform any of these actions you must be a registered user and signed-in.

Creating Bookmarks

Adding bookmarks to your personal library is easy and a great way to manage frequently accessed knowledge base content. You can bookmark all articles within the knowledge base except for product pages and product sub-pages. This functionality is expected soon.

Perform the following procedure to add a bookmark to your library.

  1. Select an article within the knowledge base to bookmark. Example: Commissioning AKD.
  2. Select the Bookmark this button to create bookmark link in the right-hand navigation.
  3. To remove a bookmark from your list, select the Unbookmark this button.

Subscribing to Content

Subscribing to content is a great way to stay up to date on specific topics such as product changes and technologies. This feature allows you to receive a notification when content is updated. Again, this feature is only available for articles.

Perform the following procedure to subscribe to content.

  1. Select an article within the knowledge base to subscribe. Example: EtherCAT Bus topic.
  2. Select the Subscribe button to receive content notification updates.
  3. Select the Unsubscribe button to stop receiving content notification updates.

Sharing Content

Using the Email this Article button makes sharing content easy and is useful to pointing others to a specific topic such as a support landing page, procedures, or applications notes. At this time this feature is only available for articles.

Perform the following procedure to share content with others.

  1. Select an article within the knowledge base to share. Example: AKD Profinet Fieldbus Support Landing Page
  2. Select the Email this Article button.
  3. In the Send To field enter as many email addresses as desired separated by commas.
  4. If desired add a message in the Personal Message field and select Send Message to email.
  5. Alternatively, you can copy the URL for any page and use your native email application to distribute.
  6. For downloads, right-click on any link and select Copy link address. You can then paste in your native email application to distribute.


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