TEACHER DEVELOPMENT CLUB TIPS #17: Save your Web Page Notes with Links in Just 9 Easy & Short Steps

TEACHER DEVELOPMENT CLUB TIPS #17: Save your Web Page Notes with Links in Just 9 Easy & Short Steps

When you are searching for study notes or any text website materials on the web you may find it difficult or expensive to read them online. Sometimes you may choose to copy and paste them as text. But you should also go back and copy the link as your reference to show the source of your materials. However, there is another way to do this. With Diaro App, you can save your time. You can select, copy and paste your text with the link at the same time. Then you can read your materials offline and you can go back to the original website page from your Diaro App.
The following are the 9 easy & short steps for saving your web page text/materials:
  1. Download the Diaro App 
  2. Sign up for the Diaro App Account and start keeping a diary right from your smartphone! It’s a good idea to sign up with your authentic email address.
  3. Open the Browser and search for the notes/materials you are looking for.
  4. Select your materials you’ve found and copy them.
  5. Click the Options Button on the web page you’ve just opened.
  6. Go to Share Options Button and select Diaro App from the list.
  7. Share the web page you’ve opened to Diaro App.
  8. Paste the text/materials in the Diaro entry when the app opens. The link of your web page will have been automatically added on your Diaro entry already.
  9. Click ‘Done’ (Press the 'tick' below on the right side) after pasting. Now your web page link and text/materials will be save in Diaro App entry. Your text/materials can be accessed.
You can also follow KACHELE ONLINE DIARY Series for more inspirations and examples on keeping diary

Emmanuel Kachele

Emmanuel Kachele is a founder and Blogger of KACHELE ONLINE Blog, an educational blog where 'O' Level English - 'OLE', 'A' Level English (ALE) and other related teaching and life skills are shared extensively. This is an online center for all Tanzanian Secondary School English Language students and teachers (Forms I-VI) and all interested English Language learners and teachers worldwide.

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