Hey everyone! As part of our series of ongoing adjustments and improvements to DLP, today we'd like to introduce you all to a new feature: Bookmarks. Bookmarks are a handy tool that will allow thread creators in the Work by Author sections of the forum (though they can be used in any forum) to specifically mark posts of theirs to be included in an 'Index' which can be accessed from the top of the threads, or inside each individually marked posts! For an example of how they look please check out Harry Potter and the Elves Most Fabulous by Steelbadger. What follows is a quick guide to get you acquainted with Bookmarks in both how to use them as a Writer and how to use them as a Reader! Posting in WbA with Bookmarks There are two key components that you have to remember when making a WbA post with Bookmarks! 1. The name of the Bookmark is taken from the Title of your post! If you do not enter a name then it will default to Bookmark # 2. To choose to Bookmark your post you have to tick a box! Reading WbA with Bookmarks Interacting with Bookmarks is easy! There are two ways to do it. One is located at the top of each thread and is titled Bookmarks. The other is located in each bookmarked post at the top and bottom! Clicking on the 'Bookmarks' opens up a dropdown menu containing a list of every post that has been bookmarked! If you're engrossed in what you're reading, however, you don't have to jump to the top of the page! at the end you'll find the post name with arrows to let you go back and forward through the Bookmarks! If you guys have any problems or issues using this new feature, don't hesitate to post in the Support Forum so we can fix the problems as soon as possible! I hope this guide has been helpful to those who need it, and that it provides our wonderful authors with another tool they can use to showcase their talents! The ability to use Bookmarks will become available over the next several hours as the sites cached templates are updated, however, until then we'll make to make do with the example provided. This has been made possible by the efforts of Lord Ravenclaw who has taken extra time out of his busy schedule to do the back end work to provide us with this great feature. Everyone show your appreciation!