How to use project and public patent pages
What is a project patent page?
Patents that you find inside of an Amplified project have some extra features that are not available on the public patent page.
- You can set or change the patent to relevant, flagged, or hidden
- You can add and view annotations
- You can add a private note to the patent
What does the header mean?
The header includes breadcrumbs so you can see how you accessed this patent.
- Project tells you the name of the project that you are viewing this patent in
- Result tells you that this patent was opened from the project's Results list
- Reviewed tells you that this patent was opened from the project's Reviewed list
- When a patent is in your Results or Reviewed list, you'll be able to forward and backward in those lists directly from the patent page
What is a public patent page?
Public patent pages make it easy for you to share public patent information with others. Anyone can access a public patent URL. This allows you to easily share full text, drawings, PDFs, and more.
To share a public patent URL with someone else, you can click on the Copy link button.
﹗Note: Copy link will always provide a public link even if you click from a project patent page.