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There is a vast number of very helpful posts on this site with information that I would like to access at various times going forward. There are ways of saving posts outside of this site; screenshotting then compiling them in a word doc, for example, but it would be much easier if it was possible to just save them to your profile for your personal access. Instagram has a good system for this that I could explain in more detail if you are unfamiliar. There are even better systems that I have in mind. Is this at all possible?


I saw the suggestions thread a while back and apologize for not posting this there. And I have only done a brief search on this site for similar posts so also apologize if it has been asked before. I am the worst, I know.

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Just bookmark them, each post gets a unique ID so it'll always exist. 

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4 minutes ago, TKNumber3 said:

Just bookmark them, each post gets a unique ID so it'll always exist. 

Right, that’s another option, could do that. Maybe it’s just the millennial in me that wants it all in one place. I blame social media.

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