Once you sign in, you will be prompted to choose topics that you are most interested in. Based on those topic choices, you’ll receive recommended content in your queue. You can also build your queue by selecting titles directly from the topics pages.
Click the Playlists icon wherever you see it on a piece of content, and it will be accessible from any page in your online learning experience via the left navigation “Playlists” icon.
To share a playlist, simply select the “Share Settings” option from your playlist, toggle it to “Shared” and copy the URL to share it with your co-workers. To follow a shared playlist, just click on “Follow Playlist” when you’re on the page for the playlist you’d like to follow. Any playlist you follow will appear on your Playlists page. You can easily unfollow a playlist at any time.
Search by title, author, publisher, or ISBN. Explore and sort all of Safari by a broad topic, or filter by author, media type, subtopics, and/or publishers. From there you can sort by relevance, popularity, rating, date added, and publication date.
Personalized recommendations are based on the topics you choose, what you find interesting, and what’s popular with other readers. Over time, Safari will continue to help customize your recommendations so you see the content most relevant to you.
Highlight important sections of content and add your own notes to enhance your learning. You can take notes and share with others by sending the URL of your highlights page (copying it and pasting it from the address bar in your browser).
Share the content you find valuable with others. If your recipients don’t have a Safari account, they will see a small snippet of the chapter. If they do have a Safari account, they will be brought directly to the linked chapter.
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