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<h3><strong>Recent Activity</strong></h3>
<p>This is a list of Recent Activity of activity or events taking place within the system that apply to you. </p>
<p>You can specify how you receive notifications of each kind of activity via your Activity Preferences area.&nbsp; Once you have read a message you can mark it as read to remove it from your messages notification. </p>
<p>Read notifications will automatically expire and be removed from your Recent Activity after 60 days.</p>
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<h3><strong>Activity Preferences</strong></h3>
<p>You may select how you receive notifications of Recent Activity for each Activity Type .</p>
<p><strong><em>Notification Types: </em></strong></p>
<p><em>Activity Log</em><br>
A record of notifications received are displayed within your Recent Activity area.</p>
<p><em>Email</em> <br>
An individual email is sent to your primary email address as the activity occurs. </p>
<p><em>Email digest</em> <br>
A single daily email is sent to your primary email address containing all events that have taken place in the last 24 hours.</p>
<p>When notifications are sent via either of the email options the activity notifications will still be recorded in your Recent Activity as they happen, however they will automatically be Marked as Read.</p>
<p>Read notifications will automatically expire and be removed from your Recent Activity after 60 days.</p>
<p><strong><em>Activity Types:</em></strong></p>
<p><em>System messages</em> <br>
Includes messages automatically generated by the system or sent to you by one of the Site Administrators.</p>
<p><em>Messages from other users</em> <br>
Includes message sent to you directly from other users of the site.</p>
<p><em>Feedback</em> <br>
Notification of any Feedback received on a View or Artefact within your ePortfolio. Comments received on any Blogs you have available will also be listed as Feedback.</p>
<p><em>Watchlist</em> <br>
Notification of activity on any Artefact, View or Community you are monitoring via your Watchlist.</p>
<p><em>New Views</em> <br>
Notification that you have been given access to another user&rsquo;s new View either as an individual or as a member of a Group or Community.&nbsp; You are not notified when a publicly available View is created.</p>
<p><em>New Views Access</em> <br>
Notification that you have been given access to another user&rsquo;s existing View either as an individual or as a member of a Group or Community.&nbsp; You are not notified when a publicly available View is created.</p>
<p><em>Administration Messages</em> (Site Administrators only)<br>
Notifications and service requests for Site Administrators. </p>
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<h3><strong>My Account</strong></h3>
<p>While your account is the record of your registration on the site, the My Account area is where you configure how you use the site and how the system will contact you with important information and notifications.</p>
<p>Your account will automatically expire after a period of time as specified by your Site Administrator.&nbsp; You will be sent a system generated message warning you of your upcoming account expiry.&nbsp; This message will also contain information regarding saving your portfolio.</p>
<p>In addition, a Site Administrator may suspend your account while any alleged breach of the Terms and Conditions listed on the site is being investigated.&nbsp; You will be notified of an account suspension when you attempt to log on.&nbsp; Please contact the Site Administrator if you have any questions.</p>
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<h3><strong>My Watchlist</strong></h3>
<p>Your Watchlist displays a list of those Artefacts, Views and Communities that you have access to, and have elected to monitor for changes and updates by using the &lsquo;Add to Watchlist&rsquo; option when these items are on screen.</p>
<p>You can Stop Monitoring an item at any stage.&nbsp; In addition to all users, you can search on a specific user&rsquo;s Artefacts, Views and/or Communities.</p>
<p>Items highlighted with an asterisk&nbsp; &lsquo; * &rsquo; &nbsp;indicate that the child or any items belonging to that View or Artefact are also being monitored.&nbsp; For example if you are monitoring a View, the children would be any Artefacts within that View.&nbsp; If you are monitoring an Artefact, the children would be any Artefact that is linked to that first top level Artefact (such as a Blog and a Blog post or a Folder and a File).</p>
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<h3><strong>Contact Us</strong></h3>
<p> Use the Contact Us form if you require assistance or advice from the Site Administrator</p>
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<p><strong>My Communities</strong></p>
<p>Communities, like Groups, are a collection of users, but they are created at the site level rather than within an individual&rsquo;s ePortfolio.&nbsp; </p>
<p>Your Communities page lists those Communities of which you are an approved member.</p>
<p>Depending on the membership option selected by the Community Owner you can usually join a new Community via a Communities main page.&nbsp; A Community page may be accessed via a Community Search. </p>
<p>You can assign any Community you are a member or owner of, access rights to any of your Views.&nbsp; When you assign a Community access to a View, all members of that Community will also be given access.</p>
<p>You can leave a Community at any stage provided it isn&rsquo;t a Controlled Membership Community created by a Site Administrator by using the Delete tool.</p>
<p>You can view a Community&rsquo;s main page by clicking on its name.&nbsp; Viewing a Community will give you a list of other members of this Community and links to any Views that this Community has access to.</p>
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<h3><strong>My Owned Communities</strong></h3>
<p>Communities, like Groups, are a collection of users but they are created at the site level rather than within an individual&rsquo;s ePortfolio.&nbsp; </p>
<p>Your Owned Communities area lists those Communities that you have created and any Pending Membership Requests (depending on the which membership setting you have selected).</p>
<p>For privacy reasons unless you are a Site Administrator or Staff user you will only see a Community member&rsquo;s Preferred Name listed.</p>
<p>You can assign any Community you are a member or owner of, access rights to any of your Views.&nbsp; When you assign a Community access to a View, all members of that Community will also be given access.</p>
<p>You can view your Community&rsquo;s main page by clicking on its name.&nbsp; Viewing the Community main page will allow you to see a list of members of this Community, any Pending Membership Requests and links to any Views that this Community has access to. &nbsp;&nbsp;Use the Views and Members dropdown menus to generate the required information and assign appropriate access rights.</p>
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<h3><strong>My Groups</strong></h3>
<p>Groups allow you to create a personal collection of users from the site.&nbsp; You can assign a Group and it&rsquo;s members access to any number of your Views.&nbsp; Creating Groups allows you to quickly assign View access to specific users.</p>
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<h3><strong>My Friends</strong></h3>
<p>Your Friends area displays a list of those users who have been flagged as your Friend within the site, and any of their Views to which you have been assigned access.&nbsp; </p>
<p>Using the dropdown menu allows you to move between your existing Friends list any Friendship Requests you have pending.</p>
<p>To add someone to your Friends list you will need to view their profile &ndash; either via a View, Community or Search result.&nbsp; Depending on their Friendship Control settings you may be automatically accepted as their Friend or you may need to send a Friendship request.&nbsp; If you do not see an Add to Friends option, the user most likely set their account preferences to not allow new friends to be added to their list.</p>
<p>When sending a Friendship Request you can choose to send with the request, a short message introducing yourself.&nbsp; This is important to include when you have set yourself a Preferred Name.</p>
<p>When you add someone to your Friends list by accepting their request, you are automatically added to their list.&nbsp; When you remove someone from your Friends list or decline a Friendship Request, you are also removed from their list.&nbsp; If you remove someone from your Friends list they will automatically be notified of this change.</p>
<p>A user can resubmit their Friendship Request to you, even if you have previously rejected it.</p>
<p>When accessing another user&rsquo;s View, you will see the following options at the bottom of the View screen.</p>
<p><em>Place feedback</em><br>
You can place Feedback on a user&rsquo;s View or an Artefact within that View.&nbsp; You may make your Feedback Public or Private.&nbsp; Public Feedback may be seen by other users with access to the View.&nbsp; Private Feedback will only be seen by the View owner.&nbsp; A View owner may choose to make your Public Feedback Private, but cannot make your Private Feedback Public.</p>
<p>Staff members will be able to include a file with their Feedback where the View has been submitted to them for assessment via a course based Community.</p>
<p><em>Report objectionable material</em><br>
If you come across material within a View that you believe to be offensive or inappropriate, you can report this to the Site Administrator using the Objectionable material form.&nbsp; Please consider the context in which this item is used before reporting Objectionable Material.</p>
<p><em>Print</em><br>
The Print option will allow you print a printer friendly version of the View or Artefact you currently have open.</p>
<p><em>Add View to Watchlist </em><br>
Add View to Watchlist allows you to add this View to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
<p><em>Add entire View contents to Watchlist </em><br>
Add entire View contents to Watchlist allows you to add this View and all Artefacts associated with it, to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
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<h3><strong>Password Reminder</strong></h3>
<p> If you have forgotten your password you can request a password reset.&nbsp; After submitting your <em>primary</em> email address in the prompt box, you will be emailed an activation code link.&nbsp; Following this link will confirm your reset request and allow you to change your password.</p>
<p>If you receive a password change email that you have not requested, please ignore the email and advise the Site Administrator immediately</p>
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<h3><strong>Registration</strong></h3>
<p> If an ePortfolio account will not be created on your behalf by an institution associated with this site, you will need to complete the Registration process. </p>
<p>Once you have submitted the registration form an email will immediately be sent to your email address.&nbsp; This email will contain a link which once followed will confirm your account and log you into the system.&nbsp; You will then be provided an opportunity to upload a profile picture and prompted to complete any profile fields that the Site Administrator has set as mandatory.&nbsp; The account activation link is valid for 24 hours only.&nbsp; After this time you will need to submit your registration form again. </p>
<p>If you do not receive an email confirmation message after registration, please ensure the registration message has not been caught by your email junk filter.&nbsp; Please contact the Site Administrator if you have any problems registering. </p>
<p>Once registered on the site you will need to enter your username, password and institution to log in and access your portfolio.</p>
<p><strong><em>Note</em></strong> - This site requires a minimum web browser of Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, Firefox 1.5 or higher, Safari 2 or higher, Opera 9 or higher or any other browser compatible with these standards.&nbsp; You can determine the version of your browser software by selecting About via the Help menu.</p>
You must also have cookies enabled on your browser in order to use this site.
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<h3><strong>Search</strong></h3>
<p>Search allows you to find users, Communities and Views that you may access. You can enter a specific search or you can search for all users or all Communities by launching a search with an empty Query field, using the relevant dropdown option.</p>
<p>Unless you are a Site Administrator or Staff member, users are search upon and listed by their Preferred Name.</p>
<p>Clicking on a user&rsquo;s Preferred Name will allow you to view any public profile information they have submitted and provide links to any Views to which you have access.&nbsp; </p>
<p>You can also add this user to your Friends list if the request friendship box is displayed.&nbsp; You may also invite them to any Invite Only Communities you own if they are not yet a member.</p>
<p>Clicking on a Community name will take you to the Communities main page and depending on the membership option the Community owner has selected, allow you to join the Community.</p>
<p>When accessing another user&rsquo;s View, you will see the following options at the bottom of the View screen.</p>
<p><em>Place feedback</em><br>
You can place Feedback on a user&rsquo;s View or an Artefact within that View.&nbsp; You may make your Feedback Public or Private.&nbsp; Public Feedback may be seen by other users with access to the View.&nbsp; Private Feedback will only be seen by the View owner.&nbsp; A View owner may choose to make your Public Feedback Private, but cannot make your Private Feedback Public.</p>
<p>Staff members will be able to include a file with their Feedback where the View has been submitted to them for assessment via a course based Community.</p>
<p><em>Report objectionable material</em><br>
If you come across material within a View that you believe to be offensive or inappropriate, you can report this to the Site Administrator using the Objectionable material form.&nbsp; Please consider the context in which this item is used before reporting Objectionable Material.</p>
<p><em>Print</em><br>
The Print option will allow you print a printer friendly version of the View or Artefact you currently have open.</p>
<p><em>Add View to Watchlist </em><br>
Add View to Watchlist allows you to add this View to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
<p><em>Add entire View contents to Watchlist </em><br>
Add entire View contents to Watchlist allows you to add this View and all Artefacts associated with it, to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
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<h3><strong>Create View Step 1</strong></h3>
<p>Create View Step 1 involves assigning your new View a Title, Description and setting access start and finish dates.<strong></strong></p>
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<h3><strong>Create View Step 2</strong></h3>
<p>In Create View Step 2 you must choose the format of your View from the list of available templates.</p>
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<h3><strong>Create View Step 3</strong></h3>
<p>In Create View Step 3 you may add any of the Artefacts within your portfolio to your View and arrange them as per the design template.</p>
<p>Depending on the template you have selected, a number of different display options will be available.</p>
<p><strong><em>Display options:</em></strong></p>
<p><strong>Labels </strong>&ndash; Labels give you the option of entering in a single line of text as a title or brief description within the View.&nbsp; Ensure you press Enter after entering text within a Label box to confirm your entry.</p>
<p><strong>Text Boxes&nbsp; - </strong>A Text Box allows you to enter multiple lines of formatted text, using the HTML editor (unless disabled within your Preferences).&nbsp; Ideal for more detailed descriptions or short passages of text within your View.</p>
<p><strong>Artefact List</strong>&nbsp; - A text based list of compatible Artefacts that you have associated&nbsp; with the View, with links to each Artefact.</p>
<p>An Artefact that is a &lsquo;container&rsquo; or parent of other Artefacts (such as a blog which is a container for individual blog posts) can be listed itself or you can choose to display a list of all it&rsquo;s associated Artefacts.</p>
<p><strong>Fixed Size Embedded Artefact</strong> - A Fixed Size Embedded Artefact is a single Artefact embedded into the page where the display size of the Artefact will be specified by the template.&nbsp; Only Artefacts (e.g. images) that are able to be displayed in this size may be placed here.</p>
<p><strong>Resizable Embedded Artefact - </strong>A<strong> </strong>Resizable Embedded Artefact is a single Artefact embedded into the View where the size in which the Artefact is displayed may be adjusted.</p>
<p><strong><em>Placing Artefacts within your View:</em></strong></p>
<p>All the Artefacts currently sitting in your ePortfolio are listed on the right of the screen.&nbsp; They are listed by Artefact type (Blog, Profile, File etc), then by Artefact container if applicable (e.g. Blog, Folder), and then by individual Artefact.&nbsp; Use the + and &ndash; icons to expand/collapse this tree directory structure.</p>
<p>Each page element box contains basic instructions on how it may be used within the View.&nbsp; </p>
<p>To select an Artefact use the +/- icons on the directory listing and single mouse click the desired Artefact.&nbsp; A small triangle will appear against the Artefact to show it has been selected.&nbsp; </p>
<p>Once an Artefact has been selected all the display areas that will support this type of Artefact will be highlighted.&nbsp; To place the Artefact within a box, click inside the element box.</p>
<p>Depending on the display box and Artefact type you have selected, you then may be given various display options which you can select by clicking on its description.</p>
<p>For example:</p>
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<li>List item (lists links to the Artefact/s)</li>
<li>List children of this Artefact (list items within this Artefact)</li>
<li>Display entire Artefact</li>
<li>Display metadata for this Artefact</li>
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<p>Artefact metadata includes: </p>
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<li>Artefact Title </li>
<li>Artefact Type</li>
<li>Owner</li>
<li>Creation date</li>
<li>Last modification date</li>
<li>Description (where entered)</li>
<li>Artefact size (the units will depend on the Artefact type)</li>
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<p>Where allowed, you can add additional Artefacts by selecting another Artefact and clicking within the box.</p>
<p>You can remove Artefacts by selecting the [ X ] button listed against its title or replace them by selecting and adding in another Artefact.</p>
<p>When entering text within a Label box, ensure you press Enter to confirm your edit.</p>
<p>Note: Ensure any images that you have loaded into your file repository are a suitable size for display.&nbsp; This is usually around 300x300 pixels</p>
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<h3><strong>Create View Step 4</strong></h3>
<p>In Create View Step 4 you can assign View access to any of your Groups, available Communities and Individuals for a set period of time.</p>
<p>You can search for specific users, Groups and Communities or choose a user from the list given.&nbsp; Click Add against the selected user and enter a start and finish date for their access in the box to the right.&nbsp; If you do not enter in a date here, access for this user will default to the start and end dates of the View itself.</p>
<p>Depending on the site settings you may also be able to give View access to all logged in users, the general public or those people listed in your Friends area.</p>
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<h3><strong>Edit View</strong></h3>
<p>In Edit View you may add any of the Artefacts within your portfolio to your View and arrange them as per the design template.</p>
<p>Depending on the template you have selected, a number of different display options will be available.</p>
<p><strong><em>Display options:</em></strong></p>
<p><strong>Labels </strong>&ndash; Labels give you the option of entering in a single line of text as a title or brief description within the View.&nbsp; Ensure you press Enter after entering text within a Label box to confirm your entry.</p>
<p><strong>Text Boxes&nbsp; - </strong>A Text Box allows you to enter multiple lines of formatted text, using the HTML editor (unless disabled within your Preferences).&nbsp; Ideal for more detailed descriptions or short passages of text within your View.</p>
<p><strong>Artefact List</strong>&nbsp; - A text based list of compatible Artefacts that you have associated&nbsp; with the View, with links to each Artefact.</p>
<p>An Artefact that is a &lsquo;container&rsquo; or parent of other Artefacts (such as a blog which is a container for individual blog posts) can be listed itself or you can choose to display a list of all it&rsquo;s associated Artefacts.</p>
<p><strong>Fixed Size Embedded Artefact</strong> - A Fixed Size Embedded Artefact is a single Artefact embedded into the page where the display size of the Artefact will be specified by the template.&nbsp; Only Artefacts (e.g. images) that are able to be displayed in this size may be placed here.</p>
<p><strong>Resizable Embedded Artefact - </strong>A<strong> </strong>Resizable Embedded Artefact is a single Artefact embedded into the View where the size in which the Artefact is displayed may be adjusted.</p>
<p><strong><em>Placing Artefacts within your View:</em></strong></p>
<p>All the Artefacts currently sitting in your ePortfolio are listed on the right of the screen.&nbsp; They are listed by Artefact type (Blog, Profile, File etc), then by Artefact container if applicable (e.g. Blog, Folder), and then by individual Artefact.&nbsp; Use the + and &ndash; icons to expand/collapse this tree directory structure.</p>
<p>Each page element box contains basic instructions on how it may be used within the View.&nbsp; </p>
<p>To select an Artefact use the +/- icons on the directory listing and single mouse click the desired Artefact.&nbsp; A small triangle will appear against the Artefact to show it has been selected.&nbsp; </p>
<p>Once an Artefact has been selected all the display areas that will support this type of Artefact will be highlighted.&nbsp; To place the Artefact within a box, click inside the element box.</p>
<p>Depending on the display box and Artefact type you have selected, you then may be given various display options which you can select by clicking on its description.</p>
<p>For example:</p>
<ul>
<li>List item (lists links to the Artefact/s)</li>
<li>List children of this Artefact (list items within this Artefact)</li>
<li>Display entire Artefact</li>
<li>Display metadata for this Artefact</li>
</ul>
<p>Artefact metadata includes: </p>
<ul>
<li>Artefact Title </li>
<li>Artefact Type</li>
<li>Owner</li>
<li>Creation date</li>
<li>Last modification date</li>
<li>Description (where entered)</li>
<li>Artefact size (the units will depend on the Artefact type)</li>
</ul>
<p>Where allowed, you can add additional Artefacts by selecting another Artefact and clicking within the box.</p>
<p>You can remove Artefacts by selecting the [ X ] button listed against its title or replace them by selecting and adding in another Artefact.</p>
<p>When entering text within a Label box, ensure you press Enter to confirm your edit.</p>
<p>Note: Ensure any images that you have loaded into your file repository are a suitable size for display.&nbsp; This is usually around 300x300 pixels</p>
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<h3><strong>Edit View Acces</strong></h3>
<p>In Edit View Acces you can assign View access to any of your Groups, available Communities and Individuals for a set period of time.</p>
<p>You can search for specific users, Groups and Communities or choose a user from the list given.&nbsp; Click Add against the selected user and enter a start and finish date for their access in the box to the right.&nbsp; If you do not enter in a date here, access for this user will default to the start and end dates of the View itself.</p>
<p>Depending on the site settings you may also be able to give View access to all logged in users, the general public or those people listed in your Friends area.</p>
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<h3><strong>Edit View Metadata</strong></h3>
<p>Edit View Metadata involves editing your View's Title, Description, access start and finish dates.<strong></strong></p>
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<h3><strong>My Views</strong></h3>
<p>A View is a collection of Artefacts from your ePortfolio, placed into a pre-formatted template.&nbsp; As other people can only see your Artefacts when displayed in a View, you can assign access to any number of Groups, Communities and individuals as you wish.&nbsp; A View can also be kept private.</p>
<p>You may create as many different Views as you like and you can reuse your Artefacts amongst all of your Views.</p>
<p>If you are preparing a View as part of an assessed task you can submit the&nbsp; View(s) to your tutor for assessment via a course-based or Controlled Membership Community.&nbsp; Submitting your View will lock the entire View and all associated Artefacts from editing and provide a &lsquo;snapshot&rsquo; of your View on a certain date.&nbsp; Any users with access to that View will still be able to place Feedback and Comments while it is locked for submission.</p>
<p>Once the assessment process has been completed your tutor will release your View so that you may resume editing. You will be notified when your View has been released from submission.</p>
<p><strong>Edit View Information</strong><br>
The Edit View Information area is equivalent to the Create View Step 1 page and allows you to change the Title, Access Start and End Dates, Description and your Name Display preference for your View. </p>
<p><strong>Edit View</strong><br>
The Edit View area is equivalent to the Create View Step 3 page and allows you to add to, or modify the display of the Artefacts associated with your View.</p>
<p><strong>Edit Access</strong><br>
The Edit View area is equivalent to the Create View Step 4 page and allows to you to add, modify or remove View access to any of your Groups, Communities and any individuals of your choice.</p>
<p><strong><em>You can preview your View by clicking on its Title to the left of the screen.</em></strong></p>
<p>When accessing another user&rsquo;s View, you will see the following options at the bottom of the View screen.</p>
<p><em>Place feedback</em><br>
You can place feedback on a user&rsquo;s View or an Artefact within that View.&nbsp; You can make feedback Public or Private.&nbsp; Public Feedback may be seen by other users with access to the View.&nbsp; Private Feedback may only be read by the View owner.&nbsp; A View owner may choose to make your Public feedback Private, but cannot make your Private Feedback Public.</p>
<p>Staff members will be able to include a file with their Feedback where the View has been submitted to them for assessment.</p>
<p><em>Report objectionable material</em><br>
If you come across material within a View that you believe to be offensive or inappropriate, you can report this to the Site Administrator using the Objectionable material form.&nbsp; It is important to consider the material within the context of the View.</p>
<p><em>Print</em><br>
The Print option will allow you print a printer friendly version of the View or Artefact you currently have open.</p>
<p><em>Add View to Watchlist </em><br>
Add View to Watchlist allows you to add this View to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
<p><em>Add entire View contents to Watchlist </em><br>
Add entire View contents to Watchlist allows you to add this View and all Artefacts associated with it, to your Watchlist so that you may receive notifications of any changes made.</p>
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