Today we rolled out an update to the logged-in homepage that we are really excited about. You can now add and remove sections from your homepage, as well as re-order them. So you can create a page that is customized to how you use the site and to your style of research.
Just click the “Customize your homepage” button at the upper-right to customize your homepage. This will let you move or remove sections you already have on the page, as well as add some new optional tools to your homepage.
You can still move sections up and down on the page by clicking the arrows or by dragging them to the desired location. Click the “trash can” icon on each section to remove it from the page. To add a new section, select one from the list at the top of the page and click the “Add to your homepage” button. All of your changes are saved automatically, so when you are done customizing you can simply click “Exit.”
As part of this update, we have also introduced a few new optional items that you can add to your page. We will continue to add new ones in the future, so watch for the yellow announcement banner beneath the header to know when they are available. The new items include:
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