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New feature - "My Lists"
by Kristen Garlock on June 3rd, 2016 | Comments
Today we released a new feature on JSTOR.org called My Lists. The first functionality to be included in this new feature is the ability to create multiple lists to store and organize citations for items on JSTOR. You can create multiple lists for different topics and projects, for more flexibility with organizing research on JSTOR.
In this first release, the "Add To My Lists" button appears on the search results list and on the individual article, book chapter, and pamphlet pages. Lists are stored within a MyJSTOR account and can be accessed at any time from the MyJSTOR menu. The citing and export options available from the lists are the same options that appear on search results, item view pages, and Tables of Contents pages. Citations can be added, deleted, cited, and exported from a list at any time when you are logged in. 
MyLists Screenshots
New "Add to My Lists" button on search results page
 
View of lists within MyJSTOR
 
View of a list
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