August 02, 2017 | | Comments 0
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Website Tips: How to favorite an article on the ACDIS website

Re-finding your favorite article can be a difficult task. It doesn’t have to feel like banging your head against a wall, though. If you’re logged into the ACDIS website, you can actually “favorite” articles and access them all from one spot when you want to return to them.

Simply follow the steps and you’ll never lose your favorite article again.

  1. After you find an article you love, locate the star to the left of the article title. Click on the star (it will turn blue when you’ve added it).

step 1

step 2

  1. To access your favorited articles, click on the star next to your account icon (on the far left side of the menu bar) and select “My Content” from the dropdown menu.

step 2 b

  1. Once you’ve followed through step two, you’ll see all your favorited articles in one place. To remove something from your favorites, you simply click on the star icon (the same way you added the article). A small box will pop up saying, “This page has been removed from your favorites.”

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Linnea Archibald About the Author: Linnea Archibald is the CDI editor for the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS). In this role, she helps out with the website, blog, social media, newsletter, and the CDI Journal. If you have any questions, feel free to email her.

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