How can I save or bookmark a discussion so I can read it later?

How can I save or bookmark a discussion so I can read it later?

As of right now this feature is only located on the iOS APP. It will soon be added to our desktop version, so this is how you bookmark a discussion on the iOS APP. 


Found a good discussion you want to read later? You can save it on the app so you don't have to go digging later.

To save or bookmark a discussion simply

  1. go to the discussion you want to bookmark
  2. tap on the three dots to the top right
  3. and choose "Add to Bookmarks"

"Ok, so now how do you find it later?"  Easy

  1. Go to the "Community" page
  2.  and tap "BOOKMARKS" 

"Done, I read it. Now how do I remove the bookmark?"

  1. Go to the discussion you want to unbookmark
  2. tap the three dots to the top right
  3. and choose "Remove from Bookmarks"

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