In MATLAB®, bookmarks are called favorites. Add, find, and organize favorites by clicking the Favorites button in the Help browser, .
When you add a favorite, do not change the Callback. MATLAB requires special values to create a shortcut that opens the page in the Help browser. In addition, if you want the bookmark to appear in your list of favorites, keep the Category set to Help Browser Favorites, as shown.
Note: You cannot migrate favorites that you save in one MATLAB release to a new release.
To identify the location of a page in the Help browser to share with someone else, right-click within the page, and then select Get Page Address.
Note: This feature is not available on Macintosh systems.
The Help Page Location dialog box provides two ways to access the page:
web command to run from the command
line that opens the page from the installed documentation. This command
is subject to change between releases, so it is not always accurate
for someone running a different version of MATLAB.
A URL for the page corresponding to your product version at the MathWorks® website. This documentation is available to anyone, even if they do not have MathWorks products. However, to access archived documentation from previous releases, you must log in with a MathWorks Account.
Note: If you are running a prerelease version, the URL is invalid because the documentation does not yet exist on the website.