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Posted By Administration, Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Well EVERYTHING on AWHONN's web site is your favorite right?  But, if you must choose, you can set up a list of website favorites.

Almost every page and tool within the web site, there is a little star at the top right.  Clicking on it when gray, you get the option to add it to your favorites.  You can name it what you'd like, create a category for it, and select to share it so others can see it, or keep it private.

Like bookmarking, this saves your selections for quick access back to that page.  You can manage favorites by selecting Favorites under Manage Profile.  There you can choose to share your favorites or keep them private.

What's your favorite page on the web site?

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