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Posted on 2016-09-26
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Hello,

How do you get back to a custom search you previously created and saved on Experts Exchange?

A prominent option offered on the EE search page is "Save This Search". However, once you have created, named, and saved a search, how do you get back to it on subsequent visits to EE? It's probably right in front of my nose but I cannot find it.

Thanks
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In a computer browser (not sure about Mobile):
Click the suitcase/briefcase.  It is an option there.

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by:Kyle Santos
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Hi,

Welcome back!

Go to the logged in home page and look here.

eg
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You can also access them in your Workspace and the Answer page:

eg
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Great responses. Thank you.

(I agree with above points recommendation, ie 250 points to each contributor)
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