We also have a bookmark option where we email you a bookmark periodically to remind you to visit a Blog, Chart or Forum you like. See the Stay In Touch bookmark option help page.
These options let you highlight headings so they stand out from others. The highlighting options are: /i /n and /t. These options must be placed after the heading when editing. The example below shows how heading highlighting options should be added when editing . . .
These options are not checked. They are used as an option if they are correct, and if not correct, they are assumed to be part of the heading. This means you can have a heading like "Cats / Dogs".
The /t heading highlighting option has a special purpose, and operates differently. It allows you to change the heading format to plain text so you can add to your column of bookmarks, a note, a simple to do list, or text to let users know something more than what a single heading line can say. With the other heading highlighting options, you must place the option each heading line you want affected. The /t option acts like an on/off toggle switch, so you don't have to append it to the end of each line, just the first and last line you want affected. For example, if you wanted to say "Follow the links below to prepare for the final exam on March 15 2016. Especially study the first chapter link 'Rames'". You would enter this as follows when editing . . .