Often in PatSnap, you'll find a need to save your queries for another time, perhaps to continue work on them, or to use as a dynamic result set.
It's really easy to save a search, just look at the top of your search result list, and you'll see the option to "Save Query". Once you click that, you'll get an option to name your search. Give it an appropriate name, and click "Save".
You can then find your saved search area in the tools menu which can be found by hovering over your initial in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
You can also now group your save searches, this means you can organize your searches and put them into folders. Up to 100 groups can be formed. For example if you have a group of searches done for a particular project you can now put them in a folder called "Group project 2"
The saved search area has many other options too, including editing, combining and deleting any searches you might have saved.