Tip: How to Organize Your Favorites

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StumbleUpon provides you with a number of tools for organizing and finding the pages you thumb up, enabling you to group your favorites into "folders" and thus personalize your "likes" in a way that will work best for you.

When you click on the word "Interests" on your Favorites page, you will find everything you have thumbed up grouped by the keywords associated with those pages.

In addition to the keywords generated by the topics of the pages you thumb up, you can add your own, personalized keywords, even giving each page a unique keyword, making it possible for you to organize your favorites any way you want and to easily find things again.

For example, many stumblers, including myself, use the keyword "Favorite" to mark the pages we really like, or the keywords "Read Later" to flag pages we want to return to. You can look at other stumblers' Interests lists to get an idea of how others use keywords too, but the decision of how you want to organize your "likes" is yours.

You'll find much more on how keywords work on SU, how to add your own, and how to search your favorites by keywords in this section of SU's Help Center: http://www.stumbleupon.com/help/searc...

Gladsdotter, Champion

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  • referring to my own Interests list constantly

Posted 3 years ago

Monica

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Until a better solution to organize and find your favorites comes along, please use the tips generously provided by Gladsdotter above. They are very useful and work great.

In the meantime, keep on bringing your suggestions for how you'd like this to work. Add your vote if you liked this idea!

Adrian, Official Rep

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Hello all,

FYI - This is a thread from our previous GetSatisfaction community that we moved here to track still-standing issues and feature requests. Feel free to comment and participate in these discussions if they are still relevant to your experience on StumbleUpon today. Thanks!

Currin

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Hi all,

We now have a feature called "Lists" which we built to address the need to organize your Stumbles.

Read more about Lists here: http://www.stumbleupon.com/blog/the-r...

Thanks for being such an awesome Community and continue sending us your ideas and feedback!