Saving Documents in My List and My eLibrary

One of the handiest and most basic tools in eLibrary is My List, allowing you to select documents during research and collect them in a list that is then saveable in My eLibrary.

When you find a document that you want to save, just click the “Add to MyList” box beneath the document title in the search results or to the right of the title on the document screen.
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To review your list, click “My List” in the toolbar in the top-right part of the screen. You will then see citations for all of your collected documents in a numbered list, along with options for editing, saving, sharing or printing it. One useful feature here is the ability to delete documents from the list, allowing you select documents freely while searching and then trim your list after further review.
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You can permanently save a list by giving it a name in the “Save List to My eLibrary” box at the left or you can save the documents to an existing list. To save lists, you must be logged into your My eLibrary account, which can be accessed by clicking the My eLibrary button at the top of the screen. If you do not have a My eLibrary account, you can create one by filling in the information below the log-in area. Having a My eLibrary account also allows you to create timelines, slideshows and more.


Jim Zelli

Jim Zelli has been with ProQuest since 1989 and with eLibrary since 2004.

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