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Bookmarks is an easy and convenient way to save and bookmark content that you want to find later:

  • Want to save a long topic for later reading?
  • Don't want to lose your spot in an interesting topic?
  • Need to mark something for moderator review?  
  • Curious about other people's favorite bookmarks?  

Bookmarks saves you the hassle of rummaging through multiple pages, searching, and navigating to find that one post you wanted to later review.  With one click, you and your users can save any post as a bookmark.  It offers a convenient way to compile, store, and organize your most favorite posts from around the community into your own set of bookmarks.     

FEATURES

Bookmarks offers the following features:

  • Public Bookmarks - Public bookmarks are viewable by other members and guests on a tab on the member's profile page.  
  • Private Bookmarks - Private bookmarks are viewed only by yourself.  This is perfect for the posts you secretly love to return to!  
  • Unlimited Bookmarks - Let your users save as many bookmarks as they want!  
  • Notifications - The content creator can get a notification when somebody bookmarks his content
  • Activity Stream 

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1 minute ago, Square Wheels said:

Nope, giving you the easy option to save all of your favorites.

And now you are going to make me choose favorites here... Thats not right man... 

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Just now, Square Wheels said:

You can make them all your favorite.

I could also win the lottery, but we all know darn well that shit will never happen :)

 

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13 minutes ago, Square Wheels said:

I thought this really cool add on I bought would be appreciated. 

Despair not.

It probably is indeed a pretty cool add on, and well worth the price.

Before you chastise yourself too severely, you should probably consider that you launched the add on where some of us still fold the corners of our monitors over to book mark our favorite web pages.

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One of my favourites

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The guy pointing the finger is actually the proprietor although normally he's not that well dressed.

It's a rip-off on a famous U.S. Army recruiting poster by James Montgomery Flagg

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It would be neat if SW could share some metrics on the various bells and whistles in this joint!

How many bookmarks are made per day? How many pokes? Likes? Thanks? Quotes? Penalty points :D Links? Visitor traffic?  

Of course, none of it would make much sense to us or be useful data, but who cares???? We all love stats!

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53 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

It would be neat if SW could share some metrics on the various bells and whistles in this joint!

How many bookmarks are made per day? How many pokes? Likes? Thanks? Quotes? Penalty points :D Links? Visitor traffic?  

Of course, none of it would make much sense to us or be useful data, but who cares???? We all love stats!

oooh, analytics! 

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4 hours ago, Kirby said:

oooh, analytics! 

Advanced analytics- with 3D modeling - drill down - mobile reporting- and full meta-data support.  

SW can make this happen.

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2 hours ago, RalphWaldoMooseworth said:

98% of analytics are made up, and the other half is lies.

You are confused........ again.  Never confuse analytics with statistics.

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