Workpads are holding stations for feed items that you want to read later.
You can also generate reports from the items contained in a workpad. This powerful feature means that you can spend time browsing your channels, adding items of interest to a workpad, annotate them and then generate a summary report of those items. A great tool if you're doing research or writing a document on a particular topic!
Open the Organize workpads dialog from the main menu. From here, you can manage your workpads.
Workpads can be docked or floated anywhere on the screen and there are settings in the Program Options to automatically show/hide workpads when items are added and removed. Your workpads will also be listed in the Tasks Pane for quick access.
The first workpad in the list is considered to be the default workpad and is the one that certain operations (described below) will use.
There are many ways to add an entry to a workpad:
Workpad items can also be edited and annotated individually. This is most useful when you are going to generate a report from the workpad and want to add your own notes and comments.