Record your learning with the BMJ Portfolio interactive bookmark

BMJ Portfolio isn't just for keeping track of the modules you take on BMJ Learning. You can use it to record any CPD you do, and that includes any reading you do online. To make it easy to keep track of web pages you want to learn from, such as journal articles or clinical guidelines, we've developed the BMJ Portfolio interactive bookmark.

How do I use the bookmark?

If you're using Firefox or Chrome, you can add the bookmark to your browser by dragging the button below onto your bookmarks bar.

Add to BMJ Portfolio

Once you have the bookmark in your browser, you can use it to save any web page to your BMJ Portfolio.

Video guide

Using the bookmark

Once you've dragged the button on to your bookmarks bar, you can use it with any web page. To save the page to your portfolio, click the bookmark.

BMJ Portfolio bookmarklet

You'll see a new window. If you're not signed in to BMJ Learning or BMJ Portfolio, you'll be asked for your password.

Once you're signed in, the window will show the web page in your portfolio. You can add notes and tags if you wish.

BMJ Portfolio pop-up window

Click "Add" to save the information to your portfolio.

Add button

I can't find my bookmarks bar

If you can't see the bookmarks bar in your browser, here's how to add it.

  • In Firefox: open the "View" menu, then follow the "Toolbars" option and click "Bookmarks Toolbar". If you don't have a "View" menu, right click on the blue bar at the top of the Firefox window, then click "Bookmarks Toolbar"
  • In Chrome: click on the spanner icon at the top right of the screen. Go to "Bookmarks", then click "Show bookmarks bar".

Which browsers is the bookmark compatible with?

We've tested the bookmark in Firefox and Chrome.