How to Save Articles with One Click
As you explore the rabbit hole that is MDK, you’ll want to save stuff for the future: that article about installing a zipper, those needles you want to try. With our handy bookmark tool, it’s easy to create your own customized library of MDK articles and products.
How to Save an Article
Important: Make sure you log in into your MDK account. Click “Login” on the homepage, and set up your free account if you haven’t already got one.
Once logged in, return to the article you’d like to save. Find the bookmark icon near the headline of the post. Here’s a close-up.
Click it, and it turns dark. Done! You have saved the article to your Saved Articles folder.
How to Locate a SAVED Article
Now that you’ve saved it, how do you find it later?
At the top of the homepage, click “Login” if you need to log in. If you’re already logged in, this link will read “My Account.”
At the left of the My Account page, click “Bookmarks.”
Wow! Check it out: there’s the gold mine of articles you’ve saved during your visits to MDK. Please note: Your bookmarked articles and items will appear from earliest saved to latest. If you bookmark this article, it will appear at the bottom of the scroll.
How to Save a Product
Same idea: just bookmark it! Look for the bookmark icon that appears on every Shop product image. Clicking that icon saves it to your Bookmarks folder.
We hope you have fun with this feature—there are thousands of posts to explore here, so we hope you have a good time building your own collection of MDK articles and products.
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Thanks for this information which I like to use when finding an article I want to save. I would like to know how to delete an article that I no longer need.
Just click on the little bookmark logo again (when you’re looking at the article) and it’ll change color from grey to nothing and then be unsaved.
Well I can’t find the log in on the home page so there is that. I don’t see the little person?
My complaint has always been that if I want to save an article, I have to login, then go back to the article to save it. The “remember me” box doesn’t work for this.
As far as I can tell the “Save my name…” button doesn’t do anything. This is also true on many other web sites. I always wonder why it’s there at all?
One way around this: if you log in when you first get to the site – before you start browsing – you shouldn’t have to do the back and forth; you’ll already be signed in when you see something you want to save.
I’m having trouble logging in on my computer, a site called Jetpack pops up and says it has locked my site’s login page and asks me for my email address. Fortunately, I can still access the site with my ipad
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