Google Bookmarks Lists 'experimental feature'

Google experiments a new interface for ‘Google Bookmarks’ that lets create bookmark lists and share them with other people. Google says that "lists make it easy to organize and share stuff you find on the web, lists also help you discover new web content." With a list, everyone can contribute useful links and resources, such […]

Google experiments a new interface for ‘Google Bookmarks’ that lets create bookmark lists and share them with other people. Google says that "lists make it easy to organize and share stuff you find on the web, lists also help you discover new web content." With a list, everyone can contribute useful links and resources, such as packing lists, hotel links, flight information and attractions. You could also create lists for your favorite hobbies, and then share them with friends who share your interests. Lists dynamically generate previews for many pages so you can get a sense of the site before clicking. Lists also help you discover new web content. To use lists, visit Google Bookmarks at google.com/bookmarks or by clicking “Manage all” in your Google Toolbar. From there, select the links you want to share and click “Copy to list.” Lists are private by default, but once you’ve created one you can share it with specific friends or even publish it to the web. Here's an example of a public list that shows useful web pages related to Google Bookmarks lists. You can follow a list to be notified by email when the list changes:

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