New Scientist is pleased to announce that we’ve launched the New Scientist Archive.
We are thrilled to announce this new program that lets you archive your articles and other content from New Scientist in a unique way.
We’ve built New Scientist into an archive service that offers an unprecedented level of flexibility.
It’s now easier than ever to discover new articles and articles from a broad range of sources and to access archives of your own work, research and ideas.
To get started, visit our New Scientist archive page.
And if you’d like to be part of the project, sign up for an account at archive.newser.com.
What we offer Now you can archive articles and content from any of our sites, including our mobile apps, as well as articles from The New York Times, The Economist, Business Insider, Slate, Wired, Mashable, the Guardian, Forbes and others.
And we’re also expanding our search capabilities.
To find articles and related content from a specific date or place, visit the Archives tab in our website, or use the search box at the top of the homepage.
To access your archive, simply choose a date, place or topic.
We’re also updating our mobile app to offer an archive search tool that will help you find relevant content from your own personal library.
What you can do To archive articles, visit Newser’s archives page.
Once you have access to your archive and a link to your archives page, you can start to explore articles and get started with some advanced editing.
You can choose from a range of features to help you navigate the archives, such as tagging, searching and deleting items.
You’ll also find a new Search section on the archives page that will let you search for content that matches your search criteria.
The Search tab is where you’ll find our extensive archive archive, which includes articles and links to our own archives.
To search for specific content, click on the Search icon in the top right-hand corner of the site.
You will see the items you’ve selected in your search results.
You may also use the archive search feature to search for articles or content from our news sources, including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Fortune, The Verge, Wired and others, or to search and sort content across our news sites.
And, of course, you’ll have the ability to sort by date or topic, or filter by date, by keyword or by topic, and by source.
We will continue to expand the Archive Search feature to make the experience even more powerful.
How to archive New Scientist You can archive any article, including articles published in our online archive.
You need an account on our site to archive.
If you have a Kindle, iPad, or iPhone device, go to your account settings and then tap on “My Newser”.
You’ll see a page with a new button next to “Archives”.
This button is for the Archive search.
If your account has been disabled, click the button and you’ll see an error message.
Go to the Archives page and then choose “Archive Search”.
Choose a date and time for your archive search and a subject, such a “article”, for your search.
The Archive search will then display an archive of articles and search results from the archives of Newser and its sister sites, the New York Observer, New Scientist, The Washington Post, Wired.com and other news sources.
Select the date range for your searches and choose an archive topic.
You won’t see your archive results unless you have chosen the Archive topic and chosen an archive date.
If, after you’ve searched, you are still unable to find a particular article or article topic, you may choose to mark it as deleted.
After you mark a page as deleted, you will see a message explaining why you are unable to access that page.
If the deletion message is correct, you have the option to send a notification to the account owner who posted the deletion.
We’ll also be providing additional search options for the “Archiving” feature, which allows you to filter your results by the date, time or topic of the article or topic you’re trying to archive, as shown in the following image.
You’re also able to choose to display a message when a link or archive has been posted to your blog or other website, as illustrated below.
The “Archived” button is a new feature in the Newser mobile app, which lets you mark articles or other content that you’ve saved to your library as “Archivable”.
Once you’ve marked a page “Archable” you’ll be able to access the archived article or other item, as displayed in the image below.
Once a page has been marked as archived, you need to be logged in to the archives site to access your articles or to access archived items.
To start the archiving process, you first need to log in to your Newser account.
To do this, go into your account details and then click on “Accounts