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Thread: what is "MY PAGES"??

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    I noticed it at the top of the page and clicked on it.but there is only a box to enter something...
    WHAT??

    there is not explanation of My pages...anyone use this area??

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    I do not know either. :)

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    I wonder too.

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    Someb0ody tell us please.

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    Oh ask CraftyBear - she's a pro at "mypages". In fact, you can look at her pages by searching for her, then on her profile, click on 'user pages' and you can see everything that she saved for public use.

    THAT is how she finds links to pretty much everything licketysplit!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    I noticed it at the top of the page and clicked on it.but there is only a box to enter something...
    WHAT??

    there is not explanation of My pages...anyone use this area??
    It is blank because you have to create your own pages. The easiest way to explain is just to show you one. Click on this link and you can see all of the pages that Craftybear has created.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/user_pa...p?usernum=6442

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    It is a great way to save groups of things you want to find again. I just started one of coloring pages for applique. Don't want to do them now, but I'll be able to find them when I am ready without using the Search feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    I noticed it at the top of the page and clicked on it.but there is only a box to enter something...
    WHAT??

    there is not explanation of My pages...anyone use this area??
    It is blank because you have to create your own pages. The easiest way to explain is just to show you one. Click on this link and you can see all of the pages that Craftybear has created.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/user_pa...p?usernum=6442
    ok so MY PAGES is nothing more than MY TOPICS but in a more organized fashion??
    still not really getting it..

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    ok so MY PAGES is nothing more than MY TOPICS but in a more organized fashion??
    still not really getting it..[/quote]

    My pages is for links you save from the QB, from the web, from your files, whatever you want to have access to.

    You can make a page for recipes
    Or for Pumpkin Patterns
    Or Tutorials you want to use later
    Or pictures you want to refer to.

    Unlimited number of things you can put in there.

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    I love the My Pages feature. I have a long list of things saved there. It is kind of like bookmarking pages, but only organized by how you want them. I have pages for 1930's fabrics, tumbler quilts, applique, tutorials, etc. I also have pages for computer information, vintage machine links,etc. And your list is automatically alphabetized by the first letter of you page title. Once you use it, you will love the feature.

    When you click on a member's name, you can check out their "My Pages".

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