shortcut buttons on other pages?

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Is there any way to have a section heading with set buttons appear on every page that is visited.  I dont like going back to the home page to get the shortcut to each report I want to view.  similar to the tables bar that you can see on each page.
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I don't know of a native way to do that, you are going to want to use some advanced loading techniques.  

There are a few different out there, but Dan D has put together some great demos and options.

https://community.quickbase.com/quickbase/topics/how-do-i-setup-the-image-onload-technique-iol

I'm sure he will be able to help you more.  (I wish we could tag people in this, as to alert them)
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If there are a bunch of reports that you are always going back to, you can use the favorite feature.  then those reports will always be accessible in the top menu.  

It also functions as a shortcut to recently visited reports and records.  
(Sorry I didn't post this the first time, but yes, there is a native solution for your questions)

Click the star to favorite your report.


Then it will be added to your favorite list at the top of all the pages.



This will also include any recently visited records or reports


Note: if you don't see this feature, talk to your administrator to change your "role permissions" to enable this feature.