Keeping track of all the great stuff

Thursday, Mar 01 2018 by

Hi

First post on Stockopedia so apologies if I'm posting in the wrong area. I'm finding loads of great material (discussions, screens, conversation, etc) that I want to file for further research/reading.

Is there any easy way to do that within Stockopedia?

I've found you can fork screens but then use lose track of the original post/conversation. I also found you can follow posts on articles/discussions.

I guess what I'm looking for is a "Follow" for anything!

Whilst I'm asking is there anyway we can set up alerts for changes on screened stocks? Even if it's a daily e-mail.

P.S. - I'm very impressed with the features, content and above all everyone's helpful attitude. Especially Ed!

Dave


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