June 7th, 2011 by Gwynne Monahan
In a previous post, we talked about moving around Clio quickly with tabbed browsing. Sometimes, there are just too many tabs open in a browser window, or multiple browser windows, it’s hard to find the one for Clio. So today, we’re going to walk you through creating a desktop shortcut to Clio.
You can create a desktop shortcut to Clio on a Mac or PC.
To create desktop shortcut to Clio on a PC, do the following:
- Right-click with your mouse on your desktop.
- Select “New.”
- Select “Shortcut.”
- In the “Create Shortcut” screen, copy and paste Clio’s login page: https://app.goclio.com/session/new
- Click “Next.”
- Enter a name for the shortcut, like “Clio.”
- Click “Finish.”
And voila! A shortcut to Clio now sits on your desktop.
Keep in mind the steps for creating a shortcut to Clio on a PC may vary, depending on what version of Windows you are running. For more information, check our Support site.
To create a shortcut to Clio on a Mac, do the following:
- Open Safari.
- Enter Clio’s login URL: https://app.goclio.com/
- Click and drag the Clio icon from the address bar to your desktop.
Now there’s a shortcut to Clio on your Mac desktop.
It should be noted that the shortcut, on Mac or PC, will open in your default browser.
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