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How features would you like on favorites?

Anyone with a lot of favorites, I appreciate your input which would make this more streamlined with the features you want.

My plan is to have tabs at the top:

Date / Type / Tag

Date would list them all, in the order you've favorited them (newest on top)
Type would break them out into our 3 types
Tag would be how it used to be, fairly long

I'm also thinking of adding a 'reading list' feature, where you can promote some of your bookmarks to your 'reading list'. These would be things you want to read immediately and don't want to get lost in the shuffle with other bookmarks that may only be used at new-project-time.

about 4 years ago, by pineapple

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lush

This sounds perfect. Definitely digging the reading list idea too.

lush, about 4 years ago

wsg

Could we click the headers to change the sort order? new to old / old to new. Also if you made an RSS feed of a users favs (http://pineapple.io/profiles/wsg/favs.xml) we could make a live bookmark that would always have our favs in it :)

EDIT: Holy shit your 404 is epic!

wsg, about 4 years ago

lush
posted by wsg on Wed, Oct 31 at 06:23PM

Could we click the headers to change the sort order? new to old / old to new. Also if you made an RSS feed of a users favs (http://pineapple.io/profiles/wsg/favs.xml) we could make a live bookmark that would always have our favs in it :)

EDIT: Holy shit your 404 is epic!

Haha yeah I saw the 404 the other day, awesome little easter egg. And yeah, having an RSS feed would be awesome ... easy to do XML or JSON in Rails using JBuilder right?

lush, about 4 years ago

pineapple

Good idea on the RSS. I was actually thinking of a bookmarklet but RSS might be better. Definitely adding that.

pineapple, about 4 years ago


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