How do I email search results?
After conducting a search, select the boxes next to the results you would like to email. From the dropdown menu, select “Email Selected Results.”
This option can also be found when users scroll to the bottom of results.
Next, users are then prompted to enter an email address. Users may also add their name with a note, these are optional.
Users can also email a direct link to a specific result using the Email icon from either search results or from inside a document:
This icon will enable you to send a direct link to an item that falls within the 200-page limit to another user. The end user does not need to be authenticated to HeinOnline in order to use the link, which will be active for 7 days from the day the email is sent. For users who receive the link and are authenticated to HeinOnline, the link will not expire.
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