I don’t know if this is a new feature, so pardon my ignorance if this isn’t news. I love Google toolbar’s bookmarks feature. I can mark something at either home, or work, and it is there for me wherever I am. The problem? – I used to just have a long ass list of bookmarks without any sorting to them. It drove me nuts. I had Linux stuff, mixed with code, mixed with personal stuff – all impossible to find quickly.
That is until recently I logged into iGoogle and managed my bookmarks. Inside I noticed that you can apply labels. This was great, but made for an entire extra trip inside iGoogle to manage – still a pain in the ass.
That is until I got click happy after a few cups of coffee this morning and noticed that if you click the “blue star”, it fill in yellow (this isn’t the new part). If you click it again, it asks you if you want to apply labels to the bookmark. All without ever leaving the page you just marked. How cool is that?
Go Google for finally getting it right (or me finally figuring it out – not sure which)!