Which websites have you bookmarked Why

Use bookmarks - create links to documents and applications

Bookmarks are links that point to HCL Notes® applications, views, documents, or Internet elements, such as: B. Websites and newsgroups. You can organize your bookmarks in bookmark folders. They can contain bookmarks or other folders.

Notes Basic client users

You can copy and paste a bookmark such as text or documents. You can also drag a bookmark and drop it on the bookmarks bar or in another folder, or drag it from one workspace page and drop it on another page. By default, the following bookmark folders appear in the bookmarks bar when you open Notes:

  • Favorites - Your favorite or frequently used bookmarks are saved here.
  • Applications (previously Databases) - Notes automatically places copies of all workspace icons in the Applications folder. Each workspace page (tab) is displayed as a folder and the workspace icons appear in these folders as bookmarks. You can open your workspace using the icon in this folder.
  • Other Bookmarks - Contains the Create folder, which contains bookmarks for frequently created documents, such as memos or calendar entries. This also contains the start folder, which in turn contains links to applications that start automatically when Notes are opened. For example, if you drag the Mail tab into this folder, Mail will automatically open every time you log in or restart Notes.
  • Log - Similar to the log function in a web browser. The History folder contains a chronological list of bookmarks for all documents, views, applications, and web pages you visit during the day, with the most recent entry at the top of the list. Dated subfolders within the “Log” folder contain the bookmark list for the last seven days. The log can display entries by date, by site, or by title.
  • Internet Explorer Links - These folders will only appear if these browsers are installed. They contain bookmarks for Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator web pages, or both.

Show bookmarks

You can view your bookmarks in the bookmarks bar, in the bookmarks list, or in your workspace. You can arrange the bookmarks by dragging and dropping them where you want them. Bookmarks also have an extensive context menu.

Bookmarks bar

The bookmarks bar is the list of icons that appear on the left side of the Notes window. Since the bookmarks bar is always on, it provides easy access to the most frequently used bookmarks. Any icon in the bookmarks bar can be used to open a bookmark or list of bookmarks (including your frequently used bookmarks in the web browser).

Show as a list

The bookmarks list shows the bookmarks and bookmark folders. To open the list, click on a folder icon in the bookmarks bar. To keep the list open, click the pin icon. To close the list, click anywhere in the Notes window or click the X icon.

The bookmarks list contains the Sort and View menus that you can use to customize the bookmark list or display it as a workspace. You can also click the New Folder icon to create a new bookmarks folder. You can use the Search icon to search for specific bookmarks.

Tip: You can use quick addressing to find a bookmark.

Show as workspace

As an alternative to the default vertical bookmarks list, you can display your bookmarks like the workspace page; H. Align the symbols on a grid and organize them using tabs. To view the bookmarks this way, click a folder in the bookmarks bar, then click View> Show as Workspace at the top of the bookmarks list.

Notes Standard Client users

You can copy and paste a bookmark such as text or documents. You can also drag a bookmark and drop it in the Open list or in another folder, or drag it from one workspace page and drop it on another page. The following bookmark folders appear in the Open list by default when you first open Notes:

  • Favorites - Your favorite or frequently used bookmarks are saved here.
  • Applications (previously Databases) - Notes automatically places copies of all workspace icons in the Applications folder. Each workspace page (tab) is displayed as a folder and the workspace icons appear in these folders as bookmarks. You can open your workspace using the icon in this folder.
  • Other Bookmarks - Contains the Create folder, which contains bookmarks for frequently created documents, such as memos or calendar entries. This also contains the start folder, which in turn contains links to applications that start automatically when Notes are opened. For example, if you drag the Mail tab into this folder, Mail will automatically open every time you log in or restart Notes.
  • Log - Similar to the log function in a web browser. The History folder contains a chronological list of bookmarks for all documents, views, applications, and web pages you visit during the day, with the most recent entry at the top of the list. Dated subfolders within the Log folder contain the bookmark list for the last seven days. The log can display entries by date, by site, or by title.
  • Internet Explorer Links - These folders will only appear if these browsers are installed. They contain bookmarks for Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator web pages, or both.
Note: You may not have all of these bookmark folders if you are upgrading from a previous Notes Notes. Any folders that you previously removed from your personal bookmarks bar will not appear in the Open list when you upgrade your Notes client.

Show bookmarks

You can view your bookmarks in the Open list. You can arrange the bookmarks by dragging and dropping them where you want them. Bookmarks also have an extensive context menu.

"Open" list

Click the Open button to view a list of bookmarks and bookmark folders.

Show as workspace

As an alternative to the default vertical list of bookmarks, you can display your bookmarks on the workspace page as before; H. Align the symbols on a grid and organize them using tabs. To view the bookmarks this way, click Open> Applications, then select Workspace from the list. Or, with the Open list docked, click the Applications folder, then click the following icon: