How to Save Search Queries in MyHein
With a MyHein account, users are able to save search queries. From the results page in any page in HeinOnline, select MyHein Search Queries from the drop-down menu provided above the results and select Save/Email.
Users will be prompted to save the search query under an already used tag or choose a new tag.
Next, users will receive a confirmation note that the query has been saved, with an option to view the query in their MyHein account.
If you are not logged into your MyHein account, you will be prompted to log in to ensure your query is saved.
Users will then find their saved search query in their MyHein account. To return to the results of the saved search query, simply click on the hyperlink provided..
When any content is added to HeinOnline that matches your search query, you will be notified via email. See below for an example.
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