How to Manage Your HeinOnline Search History
After logging into your MyHein, any search in a database or across all databases will appear in a new tab marked Search History. As an example, we’ll perform a basic full-text search for “civil rights” across all databases.
Return to your MyHein account to find the Search History tab. You’ll see that the search you just performed is now listed.
Often, users take advantage of our search facets to refine their results. This information is reflected in your search history, as well.
Let’s go back to the full-text search we performed across all databases for “civil rights.” Within that search, refine the results by the topic of “Gender.”
Head back over to the Search History tab within MyHein to see a new listing that specifies the facet(s) used in the search.
Users will see that within this tab, they can manage and organize their search history for greater efficiency. Use the check boxes next to each entry to perform bulk actions, such as deleting the selected entries or emailing them to a particular address.
Use the icons available within individual entries to perform actions specific to that search query.
For example, use the “bookmark” icon (furthest to the left) to tag an entry and move it to your Saved Search Queries.
Switch to the Saved Search Queries tab within your MyHein account to see that the search has been moved to this location and organized within the desired tag.
Other options available for individual Search History entries include a “trash can” icon (to delete the entry), and a “plus” icon for adding a helpful note to the entry.
If users would like to disable their Search History for any reason, simply select the “Disable Search History” button above the list of entries.