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#1349350 - 02/25/10 08:31 PM Storing Threads
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Is there a way to store threads that you want to keep for future reference?
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#1349365 - 02/25/10 08:44 PM Re: Storing Threads raitchjay
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What I do is click on "Topic Options" and choose "Add Topic to Your Watched Topics". Then when I go to "My Stuff" and click on "watched Topics", it's right there. Or you can print them to a PDF and save them on your computer. Or keep a paper file.
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#1349410 - 02/25/10 09:23 PM Re: Storing Threads Kelsey D
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Or, since each page has a unique url, you can save the page as a favorite or bookmark in a folder of Threads links, in your browser. If you use a service to sync browser bookmarks/favorites, it can be available on each machine you use.
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#1349486 - 02/25/10 10:25 PM Re: Storing Threads John Burnett
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Thanks to you both.
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#1350551 - 03/01/10 06:36 PM Re: Storing Threads raitchjay
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I will usually e-mail the thread to myself and then save in a folder.

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#1353424 - 03/05/10 09:33 PM Re: Storing Threads Doin it right
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I use the watched topics method. The plus to that is you get an email if there is an additional comment made to the thread.

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