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LabArchives have provided tips on using your LabArchives account more efficiently.
Tip 1: Add Protocols and MSDS Sheets
Tip 2: Top 10 reasons for adopting LabArchives in your Group
Tip 3: Your Data, your Security
Tip 4: I just accidentally wiped my file!!!? (Can't be done with LabArchives: Revisions)
Tip 5: Reproducibility: Linking to a specific version of a Protocol
Tip 6: Be a Picasso: Sketching and Image Annotation
Tip 7: What in the World is a "Widget"?: Getting started with Widgets
Tip 8: Microsoft Who?: Using the LabArchives Docs Editor
Tip 9: "Only the paranoid survive": Creating a local copy of your Notebook(s)
Tip 10: Sharing among your team and collaborators
Tip 11: Team Players: Using Groups
Tip 12: What's the buzz? Using the Activity Feed
Tip 13: See me after class: Using Comments
Tip 14: Please Mr Postman: Using your Inbox
Tip 15: Let's get organised: Databases and Freezer Boxes
Tip 16: Oh, yeah: Searching!