The Q&A Archives: Problems Returning To Former Search Results Page

Question: I received many responses to my search, but when I wanted to read some of them I had to return to the search page and reenter the search info to get back to the result list. You need to add a click box which returns the reader to the most recent page of the search results. This back to square one additional work is annoying. There should be no need to retrace the entire list to get to what one has not already read. I do appreciate the library, but the design/accessibility needs improvement. Thank you.

Answer: I'm sorry you had such a frustrating time with the search results. Your browser should have a "back" button you can routinely click to return directly to the page you just came from. By using that, you can read a selected result and then hop back to the list again without redoing the search. The back button is great for general web surfing, too. I hope this helps.

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