Contributors to the Day2Day site have provided numerous articles on a variety of subjects. The articles contain interesting and informative content. Many — especially those of a tutorial nature — often warrant a second reading. As in watching a movie a second time, one can glean extra insight through a second reading of an excellent Day2Day post.
You may not realize, however, on a first reading of a Day2Day article that you will want to revisit it. Relocating an article may then prove a bit difficult. Here are three ways to relocate a Day2Day article:
1. While viewing the article for the first time, take a moment to highlight and copy the article’s URL — the line in your browser’s address field that beings with the familiar http:// locator. Post this line into a text file created for the purpose, perhaps typing a two- or three-word description as well. Thereafter, just copy the saved URL and paste it back into the browser’s address field in order to revisit the article.
2. If you can recall the subject matter of the article, use this clue to locate the Day2Day post. Near the upper-right of a Day2Day page you should see a panel reading “Select Category.” Click on that panel to see a listing of Day2Day article categories. Beside each category you will see a number inside parentheses: (7). The number indicates how many articles have been written to that subject. Clicking on that category takes you to a list of those articles, through which you can scroll to locate a particular posting. Click on the post’s title to re-read the article.
3. If you recall the user name associated with the article you wish to revisit, first look for that member by choosing Members in the Motivator’s Wall list of options on your Day2Day Profile Page. You may have to scroll down and click through two or more pages to locate the member. Click on the member’s user name to see a list of his or her articles. (Make sure to select Everything or Posts under the “Show:” option on that page.) If the member does not appear in this listing, enter his or her user name in the search field on the Members page labeled “Search Members.”
A well-written and informative article hopefully will encourage reading and re-reading other examples of the member’s Day2Day offerings. Good hunting and good reading!