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Favouriting projects Answered

Hi, I'm new in this site :) I'm trying to save a project in my favourites, but everytime I click on the button it shows up an error message:
error 400 -- user Foxsubaru (USER) is not in required role, OLD
Why? :(

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Nostalgic Guy

8 years ago

You have to be a Pro member to use favorites.
It is a question that comes up again & again on here the last time I saw it was only a couple of days ago.

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FoxSubaruNostalgic Guy

Reply 8 years ago

I was asking because in this page:
https://www.instructables.com/account/gopro?proReq=true&
it says that free members can access favourite feature too. . .

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michaeleylandFoxSubaru

Reply 8 years ago

good point...what's going on here? are we being swindled?

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FoxSubarumichaeleyland

Reply 8 years ago

Don't know :( Maybe it's just a site internal error. . . :/

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FoxSubaruKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Is there a way to bring this to Site Staff attention? :) You know, I like a lot of stuff here, and it's hard to remember everything without saving it :D

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kelseymhFoxSubaru

Reply 8 years ago

Another option, if you always use the same browser on one computer, is to simply use your bookmarks. Most browsers now have methods for you to organize bookmarks into categories (folders), and even nested categories.

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FoxSubarukelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

Yeah I'm saving them in Chrome's bookmarks, but it's already a mess XD

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NachoMahmaFoxSubaru

Reply 8 years ago

.  I use Firefox, but I assume most browser will allow you to create folders for your bookmarks. This makes them much easier to organize. I have an Instructables folder with several sub-folders (iBles, profiles, &c). In Firefox, I can access a nice bookmark manager from Bookmarks:Organize Bookmarks... Chrome should have something similar.

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NachoMahmaFoxSubaru

Reply 8 years ago

. Already done. This topic is in the Bugs section so one of Robot's minions will see it.

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FoxSubaruNachoMahma

Reply 8 years ago

Oh ok :D You know, I'm new so I don't know how things work in here :)

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Nostalgic Guymichaeleyland

Reply 8 years ago

It would seem to me that to be swindled money would have to change hands.
As free members this is not the case so we can't really be getting swindled can we :-)

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StumpChunkman

8 years ago

It's been noted, and added to the list of things the programmers need to re-code. I'm not sure how soon they'll be able to get to it though, hopefully in the next week or two.