SNEWS FAQ: Save your favorite stories to a SNEWS folder

Your favorite SNEWS® stories can be stashed in your very own folder housed right on SNEWS so you never lose them. Get the details here.
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Your favorite SNEWS® stories can be stashed in your very own folder housed right on SNEWS.

No need to download them or print them -- then forget where you filed them, be it paper or electronic.

Just hit the “Save This” icon at the top of a story you don’t want to lose track of and, voila, you’ll put it in your own folder. You can also add a few notes to the file so you can remind yourself what was in it or why you wanted it. The Save This icon is at the top of the story where you find all the other icons for printing, emailing and commenting.

Once you’ve saved a story, you then find it in your folder on your Manage Subscription page -- normally what comes up when you sign in unless you change the default. (You can always find it on the top bar on the SNEWS home page.)

Never lose a favorite SNEWS story again!



Other things you can do on SNEWS? Here’s a sampling:


>> Voice your opinion in regular Reader Mini-Surveys of current events, trends and industry issues.

>> List yourself or your company in our Industry Directory of professionals by category. Click here to apply to be added or to search the directory. (We approve all listings before they go live.)

>> Become a fan of SNEWS on Facebook to receive special tips, news and discounts. www.facebook.com/SNEWSfan

>> Post you own press releases to go live in the section “Industry News Releases” with headlines going out with our news (All Access Subscribers exclusive). 

>> Have it your way: Pick your preferred email delivery, headlines and style on the Manage Account page.

To peruse our FAQ about SNEWS, what we offer, how you find and research stories, how you contact us, and all the good inside stuff, click here

And be sure to email us at any time at snewsbox@snewsnet.com if you have any questions or comments about your SNEWS.

--SNEWS® Editors

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