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Where to find instructables you have marked as "Favorites?" Answered

I have recently joined, but have several old favorites. I thought marking them would make them easier to find, but cannot find a list of the items I have "favorited"

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DonnaT113

4 months ago

Now you click on your icon (top right), select PROFILE and you'll see favourites.

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JeremyK80DonnaT113

Reply 5 weeks ago

I feel really dumb, but I've just spent 10 minutes looking for my favorites. I don't see them anywhere. I found this old link to take me to what seems to be an old version of the profile page, and I can see them there, but I'd like to be able to navigate to them from the current UI: https://www.instructables.com/you?show=UNPUBLISHED. Image attached of what my current profile looks like. I should have 1 favorite. Am I missing something obvious?

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JeremyK80JeremyK80

Reply 5 weeks ago

Never mind. It just took a long time to show up in my profile. In any case, that wasn't the best experience. If I have 0 favorites, the icon for favorites should not be completely removed from my profile. I thought that was like UI 101. It should just say "0 Favorites" so I know that's where I find my favorites. Especially if it's going to take 5 minutes for a recent favorite to show up in my profile.

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rickatt

11 months ago

This seems to have changed. As of Feb 2018 you click on the YOU icon at the top then Select YOU again from the drop down menu. On the resulting screen you can click on Profile, Favorites, Discussions and Settings. Not exactly obvious.

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kelseymh

9 years ago

When you log in, follow the You link at the top of any page. Under the Instructables tab, follow the Favorites link.

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BambooNut

9 years ago

Sign in, click "you" at the top navigation bar. Click Settings. Click Customize. Use dialog boxes to set your preferred selections. I found it after my question was submitted, but before it was published. Go figure.