Bookmarks

This feature is specific to Clearvale Enterprise.

The Bookmarks widget lists the most recent network bookmarks or your personal bookmarks.

Notes about this widget:

  • This widget can appear on the Network page of the network to display network bookmarks or your personal page (click My Page) to display your personal bookmarks.
  • To change the way content is displayed in this widget, click Edit and change the settings:
    • By default, one bookmark is listed. You can change it to show more bookmarks.
    • You can change the title “Bookmarks.” For example, you might change it to “Favorite Blogs.”
    • You can control who can see this widget.
  • You can create bookmarks for content that you find on the internet. To do so, click Bookmarks in the Profile Directory widget on your personal page and then click the Bookmarklet Add-On tab. Drag the Bookmarklet icon onto your browser’s link bar. Then, when viewing content that you want to share with other network members, click the Bookmarklet icon in the browser link bar. A Clearvale bookmark is created for the content that you are viewing.  By default the bookmark is shared with other network members.
  • You can bookmark particular pages in the network or individual items, such as an event or a blog. To create a bookmark, click Bookmark on the detail page for the blog, photo, event, and so on.
  • When creating Clearvale bookmarks, be sure to pick the correct privacy setting. Bookmarks to non-Clearvale content, such as an article about your industry, is probably useful to all network members. However, a link to a particular page within Clearvale that you want to be able to quickly access is best with the privacy set to just you.  This streamlines the content in the Bookmarks widget on the Network page to bookmarks of interest to all network members.
  • To see all bookmarks created by network members, click More in the Bookmarks widget on the network page.
  • To see all of your personal bookmarks, click More in the Bookmarks widget on your personal page.