The following text is from knowledge document 105107 which is available in the Help Center of nFS:
Internet browsers have highly developed and easy-to-use bookmarking capabilities. Since a browser will always be an integral part of the new FamilySearch, using the browser’s tools can be very beneficial. For example, individuals’ names can be organized into groups or placed on the desktop for easy, one-click access.
To bookmark a person:
- Find the Person Identifier (PID) of the person (looks like P94P-3R9).
- Copy the PID, and then use the Search tab to search for the person by number.
- The person will now be in the main pedigree position.
- Click Favorites, and then click Add to Favorites from the menu bar in Internet Explorer, or clickBookmarks in Firefox. Enter the name of the favorite or bookmark. For example, you could use the name of the person being marked or the name of the family line. Save the bookmark.
Now, whenever this favorite or bookmark is clicked, the new FamilySearch will open with the individual already in the main position (after you have signed in). There is virtually no limit to the number of individuals you can mark this way, and you can quickly move from one to another by just clicking the corresponding favorite or bookmark.