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Comment: Searchability (Score 1) 628

by surrealestate (#24008409) Attached to: What Do You Want On Future Browsers?
I want to be able to search within my browsing history, whether by archiving keywords associated with browses, the titles, or both. The ability to tag current pages and search by those would also be helpful.

Also, I want a bookmarking system with some smarts, i.e. that can categorize bookmarks itself. And of course I want to be able to search that, including any tags that I might have attached to a page. Think of del.icio.us, but without the privacy horrors.

After all, we often take a very strange path from one place to another on the Web, and the challenge of properly categorizing bookmarks makes it easy to skip doing it at all, especially since it's hard to sometimes remember where you put a bookmark.

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