Is there a difference between a bookmarked page and a saved page?
Bookmarked pages and saved pages are both visible in a Scrible library.
A bookmarked page works like a browser bookmark--basically, the URL is saved. Scrible attempts to retrieve the content of the bookmarked page to make it easier to locate through search.
Bookmarks and saved pages can both be organized with tags.
A saved page operates in tandem with the functionality of the Scrible toolbar, supporting the many annotation features such as highlighting and comments. Click here to learn more about using the toolbar on a webpage.
Citation information auto-populates for saved pages in the Edu and Edu Pro plans, and needs to be added manually for bookmarked pages.
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