How can I export workspace links to some other format?

By Amnezia ·
Is this possible? I'd like to have these saved to my PC too, rather than rely on the vagaries of cyberspace. Must this be done manually - saving each article locally?

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Y'know - I've never thought of doing that before ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to How can I export workspac ...

And quite honestly (start off the New Year as you mean to continue - that'll be right :^0 ) I haven't got the first foggy clue how to answer you.

I'll have a think about it while I consider how to stop being honest.

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by Amnezia In reply to Y'know - I've never thoug ...

For an OLDER Mycroft, you've not thought of that before??? LOL. But I guess we Skye folks ask some penetrating questions.

Can't see any means of doing this on the workspace page, and a search of TR doesn't reveal much on the subject, so must have to do it the long way.

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I keep a Word document

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to How can I export workspac ...

filled with links. Underneath each link is a brief title and description pertaining to the link.

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I just leave mine in the TR cloud. Makes sense really ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to I keep a Word document

Because if I can't access my reference material and the few (it is just a few, most of my posts are BillyWhizz keyboard specials) standard responses I have stored - I'm not gonna be able to log-in anyway. Error 404.

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Just as I thought

by Amnezia In reply to I keep a Word document

I might have to view each article individually and save the page locally. Ah well, can't have everything. Thanks boxfiddler.

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