What does unVault do?
unVault emails you daily with items from your reading list, which can contain almost anything from the web: articles, essays, stories, novels, etc. unVault sends you a bite-sized chunk of whatever it is you're reading.
How do I add items to my reading list?
There are two ways: using the unVault bookmarklet, and connecting unVault with other websites that you use (see further below).
How do I install the bookmarklet?
To install the bookmarklet, drag the unVaultlet button to your bookmarks bar. You can find the bookmarklet on the Help screen, in the left sidebar, and during the sign-up process. If you use Internet Explorer, you may be unable to drag the bookmarklet to your Links bar. If so, right-click it, add it to your Favorites and choose the Links folder.
How do I use the bookmarklet?
If you find an interesting article, essay, or story, that you really want to read but don't have time to read now, click the bookmarklet. The item will be added to your reading list and will be emailed to you at a future time.
I want to read a specific item right now. How can I have unVault email it to me?
Find the item in your reading list, click its title to reveal the details section, and click "Read Now". The article will be sent to you immediately.
When will I receive emails from unVault?
When you signed up, you were asked to choose an approximate time to receive your daily emails from unVault. You can also receive an email at any time, by clicking the blue "Read Now" button on the main page. Also, if you click near the bottom of any unVault email, you will receive the next email right away.
If I get tired of reading a long article, what can I do?
Click near the bottom of any multi-part email to stop reading that item. The article will appear in a "Paused Items" list on the main page. If you feel like reading one of these texts again, click "Restart".
What are lists and how do I create them?
A list is a group of items which are emailed to you in an order that you define. So, if you bookmark some related items in the wrong order, add them to a list. In order to create an ordered list, you must be viewing your reading list. To do so, click "All Items" at the left of the main screen. Find the items you want to add, check them, and then click "Create List". On the next screen, click the items in the order you want to receive them, and click "Save". If you make a mistake, click "All Items" again and start over. An item which is part of a list will display [L] beside its checkbox.
How do I delete a list?
Deleting a list does not delete items from your reading list. It only deletes the ordered list that you previously created. To delete a list, click on the title of an item that is part of the list. A details section will drop down revealing an "Unlist" button. When you click it, a confirmation box will pop up. Confirm the action to remove the list.
Can I select multiple items on my reading list?
The checkbox at the very top of the reading list does 3 things. The first time it is clicked, it will select all read items (this is useful to periodically archive all of the items you have read). The second time, it will select all items. And the third time it is clicked, it will unselect all items. (If there are no read items, the 1st click will select all items.)
How do I connect unVault to Instapaper?
If you don't use Instapaper then you can ignore this question. To connect to Instapaper, go to http://www.instapaper.com, find the orange RSS symbol at the bottom of your Instapaper reading list, right-click it, and copy the link address. (Alternately, you can connect only an Instapaper folder by copying its link address.) Next, click the drop-down arrow to the right of "All Items", and click Instapaper. Paste in the link address and click Import. Now, when you add items to your Instapaper account, they will be imported to unVault automatically.
How do I connect unVault to ReadItLater?
If you don't use Read It Later then you can ignore this question. To connect to Read It Later, find your Read It Later username. Next, click the drop-down arrow to the right of "All Items", and click Read It Later. Paste in your username and click Import. Now, when you add items to your Read It Later account, they will be imported to unVault automatically.
How do I connect unVault to Twitter?
If you don't use Twitter then you can ignore this question. To connect to Twitter, find your Twitter username. Next, click the drop-down arrow to the right of "All Items", and click Twitter. Paste in your username and click Import. Now, when you star (ie. favorite) tweets in your Twitter feed, they will be imported to unVault automatically.
How do I connect unVault to Google Reader?
If you don't use Google Reader then you can ignore this question. To connect to Google Reader, click the drop-down arrow to the right of "All Items", and click Google Reader. Click "Where can I find this?" and follow the instructions.
How do I connect unVault to Delicious?
If you don't use Delicious then you can ignore this question. To connect to Delicious, find your Delicious username. Next, click the drop-down arrow to the right of "All Items", and click Delicious. Paste in your username. If you have set up a tag for items that you want to read, you can add paste in the tag too. Click Import. Now, when you add items to your Delicious account, they will be imported to unVault automatically.
How can I unsubscribe?
There are 2 ways to unsubscribe from daily emails. Look for the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any email and click it. You can also unsubscribe from the Settings screen.
How can I resubscribe?
To resubscribe to daily emails, click "Settings" at the top right of the unVault website, find the highlighted "Resubscribe" link, and click it. (This link will only be visible if you have previously unsubscribed.)
How can I get more help?
Click the green "Help" button at the right of any unVault screen and write your question. If your computer has Java installed, this button is able to take a screenshot and attach it to your message, which is useful if your screen is displaying an error message.