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See your favorite and past quotes. Switch to any of them with Plus, if you like.

Momentum’s newest update allows you to see past quotes that you’ve favorited and any others that have appeared on your dashboard over time. We know that a lot of people love the quotes that Momentum provides — these new pages will make it easier for you to discover and manage the quotes that you find most inspiring.

To access your Quote Favorites & History:

  1. Click Settings cogwheel at the bottom left corner of your dashboard.
  2. Click Quotes in the settings menu.
  3. Click on the Favorites or History tabs.

Adding the favorites and history pages for quotes required a few different tweaks from the backgrounds, but they look and respond in a familiar way.

All Momentumers can view their previously “hearted” quotes and their quote history, while Momentum Plus subscribers have the added benefit of setting any of these quotes as their active quote whenever they’d like.

For additional information on quote favorites, history, and more check out our Quotes guide in Momentum’s Help Center.

Thanks for checking out this blog post. If you have any comments, feedback, or questions drop us a line.

The Momentum TeamNovember 9, 2016

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