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You’re going to love creating your own Homecare.com Collection! You’ll be able to save content for future reference – no searching around, wondering, “Where did I read that?” Plus you can jot down some notes on each article and share your caregiving information with family and friends. Creating a Collection and sharing content is as easy as 1-2-3.
Save and share useful articles in your Collections
1. Sign up and name your Collection
Sign up or log in: Click the “Sign Up | Log In” tab on the top right of your screen. If you’re not already a member, the sign up process is quick and easy.
Go to your Collections: After you’ve logged in, click the “My Collections” tab at the top of the screen. Once you’re on your Collections page, click on the orange plus sign tab to start a new Collection. A window will pop up asking you to name your Collection – for instance, you could call it “Mom” or “Uncle Bob.”
You can find your Collections by logging in and clicking the “My Collections” tab on the top right of your screen.
2. Save content in your Collection
Add an article: Go to an article and click on “Save to Collection.” A small window will pop up, allowing you to save the page to a new Collection (simply type in a name) or save it to a Collection you’ve already created.
Add a personal note to any article: It’s simple to save a reminder, someone’s contact information, or maybe a comment you had. Simply go to an article and click “Make a note.”
You’ll now be able to see the note whenever you return to this article.
3. Share the content in your Collection
Share an article: When you are in your Collection, click on the name of an article, and in the window that pops up, select “Email.” Type in the recipient’s email address and click “Send.”
Share your entire Collection: When you are in your Collection, click on the “Email” link in the toolbar. The person with whom you want to share your Collection will receive a personalized message from you with simple instructions on how to sign up and view your Collection.
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