Save Webpage Entries

Copper Contributor


i am using the website "Exercise Timer" to create a custom fitness workout.

I would like to save my workout in my browser after i added my exercises so i can edit it later. When i close my browser, everything gets deleted and i have to add all my exercises again.

Is there a way to save all my entries?

I know i can send the workout to my phone and use the app. However, editing is much more convenient on my PC.

Thank you

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this is the problem (or lack of feature) of that website. I just tried it, created a test workout program and in the end it hands over a link to me to send it to my phone.

You can right-click on each entry and add them to your Edge Collections but the sync between PC and phone version of Edge isn't implemented yet.

I think you need to find a better app/web app that has the features you want.
of course they are thousands of ways to do this, like by writing them in a Word document to be able to edit them on any platform any time for free.

or write them in OneNote, To-Do etc.


Hi Philip,

Here's a couple of things you can do for this using Edge C:  You can Save the page & or you can pin it; once pinned, even if closed, reopens as it was.  Can, also, hit Share & put the thing in OneNote.
Keep it.jpg

NB: Right now, in Edge C, Share is buried in the ellipsis not, in its familiar spot on the toolbar. 


PS: Anyone interested in the highly customisable clock, it's called TheAeroClock.

Did you try that site?
they already offer the ability to send the link to phone via SMS.

You can use whois for saving any type of workout. This website save any type of web page content, along with its graphics even if it got change after sometime but remains save here.