In addition to being able to tweet, use Facebook and Google+ to promote your community engagement and urban forestry programs, you can now create a “Favorites” list of trees. You can “favorite” a tree on your own tree map or on any public map. As you mark trees as favorites– by clicking on the star next to the name of a tree on its “Tree Information” page– they are placed in your “Favorites” list.
This will make it easy to quickly navigate to your favorite trees and add stewardship activities or to respond to comments from other people in your community. You can see the GIF below on how to “favorite” a tree and find your “Favorites” list in your account.
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