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Creating your own dashboard widgets


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I never realised that you could do it, but you can create your own dashboard widgets using a website as the source.

That way you can stay up to date on the latest info from your favorite sites. You live and learn!

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yah, that feature has been around for a while. I use it for mostly ski resort webcams to add to my dashboard to I can them all in one spot. Quite handy :-)

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