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You can also save the output from any SOAPnote to the Registry. It saves note output to a database that's got more space and can be organized (compared to the Scratchpad). It includes the URL for the web page where the text was generated as well as the date and time it was generated.

You must be logged in to use the Registry.

To add text to the Registry, every SOAPnote has a button below the output box. If you scroll down to the bottom of this page, you'll see it is the "Add to Registry" button and it is to the right of the "Add to Scratchpad" button.

Your Registry page is at [link url="//www.soapnote.org/registry/" memo="www.soapnote.org/registry"]. At this page, you can sort, delete entries, and download them (as a csv file).

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You can also save the output from any SOAPnote to the Registry. It saves note output to a database that's got more space and can be organized (compared to the Scratchpad). It includes the URL for the web page where the text was generated as well as the date and time it was generated.

You must be logged in to use the Registry.

To add text to the Registry, every SOAPnote has a button below the output box. If you scroll down to the bottom of this page, you'll see it is the "Add to Registry" button and it is to the right of the "Add to Scratchpad" button.

Your Registry page is at www.soapnote.org/registry. At this page, you can sort, delete entries, and download them (as a csv file).

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    You can also save the output from any SOAPnote to the Registry. It saves note output to a database that’s got more space and can be organized (compare
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