A.Prof Frank Gaillard et al.

Playlists are a fantastic way of collecting, organising and sharing cases. From any case just click the "Add To" button and off you go. The following video covers most of what you need to know about them in less than two minutes. 


When sharing your playlists, there are a number of ways to go about this. 

The easiest way, if your playlist is public, and you want the recipients to have the answers, is to just send them the URL from the top of your browser. 

If your playlist is unlisted, or you want a few more options, then use the "share" button in the top right-hand corner of the playlist screen. A modal screen will open with four different URLs:

  1. Playlist
  2. Full-screen playlist = will launch the playlist in 'presentation mode'
  3. Playlist with hidden diagnosis = the findings and discussion sections will be hidden and the URL is a hash so that no one can find the playlist on
  4. Full-screen playlist with hidden diagnosis = 2 and 3 combined

Public playlists are also searchable on the site, just like cases or articles. Or you can see some of the playlists other users have created by browsing all playlists

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