Help Topic: My saved searches

'My Saved Searches' allows you to retrieve your previously saved searches so that you can re-run them. In addition, Cambridge Journals Online automatically saves your last ten search parameters for you.

To use this feature you need to have registered and be logged in. You will then see a 'My Cambridge Journals Online' menu at the top left hand side of every page throughout the site. Click on 'My CJO links' and then on 'Saved Searches'. This will take you to a new page which is divided into three sections.

1. Last ten search parameters

The last ten search parameters you have used appear at the top of the page. To re-run the search, click the 'Run' button. The search will include any new content that has been added since you last ran it.

2. Saved search results

This type of saved search allows you to save a set of search results. Once saved, these sets of results will remain the same even though new articles will be published on Cambridge Journals Online that fit the same search criteria. To access a saved search result, click on the 'Run' button next to the search results you are interested in.

3. Saved search parameters

These are the search parameters you have specifically saved, as opposed to the last ten parameters that are automatically saved for you.

If you have saved your search parameters you can re-run the search whenever you like by clicking the 'Run' button next to the search you are interested in. You can also ask Cambridge Journals Online to re-run the search for you automatically, as often as you like. To do this, go to the input field under the 'Run every x (days)' column and enter how often you would like the search run. Then click 'Update' at the bottom of the page.

To delete a search from any of the lists, click the corresponding checkbox under the 'Delete' column and then click the 'Delete' button. Click the 'Select all' corresponding checkbox to select all search entries in the list.

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