'Save Search' allows you to either save a set of search results or to save the search parameters you used in a Quick or Advanced search. Saved search parameters can then be used at a later date to re-run your searches to include new content that has been published on the site.
To use this feature you need to have registered with Cambridge Journals Online and have logged in.
Searching Cambridge Journals Online will produce a list of search results. Click on 'Save Search' to bring up a new page. You must give your saved search a name so that you can identify it later. Enter the name into the 'Search Title' input field.
Note: Cambridge Journals Online automatically saves your last ten search parameters which can be found on your 'My Saved Searches' page.
Save search results
To save your search results, click the 'Results' radio button then click 'Save' at the bottom of the page. This will save the first 100 results. You can view your saved search results by going to the 'Saved searches' page which you can access from your 'My CJO Links' menu in the 'My Cambridge Journals Online' panel at the top left-hand side of every page.
Save search parameters
To save your search parameters, click the 'Parameters' radio button. You can choose to have the search re-run automatically to take account of new content being published on the site. You can decide how often (in days) you want the search to be re-run and you can have the results emailed to you by entering your email address in the corresponding input field. You will receive this email every time the search is run. If you leave the 'Re-run search every x days' field blank, your parameters will be saved to your 'My saved searches' page, from where you can use them to run manual searches. To save the parameters, click 'Save' at the bottom of the page.