The Bookmarks tab shows all your saved bookmarks.
To use a bookmark, select an item and click it.
The bookmarked page or custom view loads immediately.
There are two types of bookmark:
Bookmarks of custom views have the bookmark icon . These lead to saved custom views.
Bookmarks of pages show the name of the page. These always lead to the current default view for that page.
To change the order of your bookmarks, use the grabber on the right side of the bookmark to move it.
Hover over one of your bookmarks and click the X to remove it from your list.
tm5 prompts you to confirm before deleting the bookmark.
To add it back, simply create the bookmark again.
Bookmark a custom view in the new tm5 interface
Save a custom view anywhere in the new interface.
With your custom view selected, open the custom view Options menu and select Add as bookmark.
The custom view is now in your bookmarks.
Bookmark a page in the new interface
When you bookmark a page in the new tm5 interface, the bookmark leads to the current default view for that page. If the default view changes, the bookmark leads to the new default view for that page.
From the page
From the main custom view menu, click the Options button to open the Options menu.
Select Add as bookmark. The page is now in your Bookmarks menu.
From the default view
Click the down arrow to open the Custom views menu.
Click the Options button for the system default view. This opens the Options menu. Select Add as bookmark.
Bookmarking the system default view always bookmarks the page, not the system default view. When clicked, the bookmark links to the current default view for the page.
Bookmark in the classic tm5 interface
Select a saved view from the custom views drop-down menu in the classic interface.
Click the Add to favorites button.
This opens the Add Favorite to Start Page pop-up window. Open the Favorite List drop-down menu and select Bookmark.
Bookmarks vs. Favorites
Bookmarks are different from Favorites. when you create a bookmark, tm5 does not automatically add it to your Favorites.
- Favorites widget: The Favorites widget on the Start page contains custom views from the classic tm5 interface. Custom views saved in the new tm5 interface cannot be added to the Favorites widget.
- Favorites in the new interface: On new tm5 menu items, the custom views drop-down menu is divided into two parts: Favorites and Others. If a custom view is a favorite, it appears in the top portion of the menu, making it easier to find.
- Bookmarks: The only place bookmarks appear is in the navigation pane. Because the navigation pane shows for every menu item, you can access bookmarks from anywhere in tm5.