A Saved Query will be listed under the Saved Searches tab.
View your saved searches by selecting the search query from your list, in this example the choices are Harry Potter, antelope and nebraska.
Additional options for your Saved Searches include creating an RSS feed or receiving notifications if there are changes to your search. Changes could include new items in the library or resources online.
The next slide will show a brief list of items from the Harry Potter Saved Search.
Items in your search results will have a gray background. Selecting the pin icon will save the item to your favorites list. Saved items will have a yellow background and the Pin icon will have a mark through it.
In My Favorites, you can add labels to items you have saved, this will help you keep track of items if you have a long list. Permalink and Email are two of the immediate options available as well, more options can be viewed by selecting the ellipses (three dot) icon.
Your search history is not automatically saved. If you want to keep a record of a search you will need to go to My Favorites and select the Search History tab. You will need to click on the pin icon to save the search query, this will put a mark through the pin icon. This mark indicates that the search is saved.