|Defining and Using Bookmarks||Managing Your Bookmarks||Using Start Group Bookmarks||Working With Read Later Bookmarks|
When you find a web page that you would like to return to in the future, you can store its URL as a bookmark, which makes it very easy to go back to that page at any time. You do this by adding the web page to the Bookmarks Sidebar module. The bookmarks on the Bookmarks Sidebar module are the same as the bookmarks on the Browser's Bookmarks menu. The Bookmarks Sidebar module makes them easier to access, since you can keep them visible while you are browsing the Internet.
The Bookmarks Sidebar module has two views:
Collapsed as a mini-module
The Bookmarks mini-module appears as a button that you can click to make Bookmarks the active module.
Expanded as the active module
When Bookmarks is the active Sidebar module, it displays any preset and user-defined bookmarks. (Bookmarks to various Yahoo! pages are preset.) If you have organized your bookmarks into folders, the folders are listed in alphabetical order, followed by any bookmarks that are not stored in folders, all within the My Bookmarks folder.
Two special-purpose folders appear in the Bookmarks module after the My Bookmarks folder:
The Read Later folder contains bookmarks you want to save temporarily for later reading. The Browser automatically removes each Read Later bookmark after you visit the bookmarked page.
The Start Group folder contains bookmarks to your Start Group web pages.
The bookmarks in your Bookmarks Sidebar module are associated with your Verizon Yahoo! account and are available to you whenever you are signed in to Verizon Yahoo!, no matter whose computer you use. This is a big advantage over standard bookmarks, or favorites, which are not associated with a specific user and cannot be accessed while you are away from home.
When Bookmarks is the active Sidebar module, you can bookmark a web page, and then use that bookmark later to go to that web page.
Open the Browser, sign in to Verizon Yahoo!, and make sure that the Sidebar is open.
If the Bookmarks Sidebar module is displayed as a mini-module, click it to make it the active module.
To add a bookmark for the web page you are viewing, click add bookmark.
The Add New Bookmark window appears.
You can change the name of the bookmark to something more meaningful to you, edit the URL (not recommended), select the bookmark folder in which you want to save the new bookmark, and enter a comment of any kind.
When you finish making changes, click the OK button.
The bookmark appears in the selected folder with the name you provided.
Click the Home button at the top of the Browser to return to your home page.
Find the bookmark you just added in the Bookmarks Sidebar module, and click it.
The Browser displays the bookmarked page.
If you have a lot of bookmarks, you can manage them by adding bookmark folders, moving them into folders, editing them, or deleting the bookmarks you no longer need.