Foursquare lauched a new, fully-searchable "history page," where users can review their entire check-in history, including photos, tips and who else was there.
The new history page lets you click on a date-based drop-down box to head back into the previous months or years (somewhat of Facebook Timeline), while sidebar boxes lets you search and filter your check-ins by location, business category or who you were with at the time.
"You can easily jump to all your past check-ins from any month or year, and even filter them by who you were with, what type of place you were at, or which neighborhood, city, or country you were in. We'll show you your check-in photos, comments, and friends who were there," the company stated.
Foursquare has been busy adding a number of ways to make its local discovery features more relevant to users who may have tired of the check-in game. For example, earlier this week, it rolled out a feature that lets you click a link on a Foursquare check-in posted on Facebook to add the venue to your to-do list. It also partnered with OpenTable (encroaching on ReserveMyCity's territory), so users can make reservations at over 15,000 restaurants across the U.S.
The company has also rolled out new badges from Kota Tua to Khao San Road, Jakarta and Bangkok city. To unlock Selamat Datang and Krung Thep, check in to five spots on the foursquare.com/4sqcities lists for Jakarta and Bangkok.
Forusqure will launching Rio next week, with the city badge winners soon to follow!
Also, foursquare now lets you save a friends check-in to your foursquare to-do list, right from Facebook!
"Now, when you see a friend's foursquare check-in on Facebook and want to try that place too, you can click the new 'Save this Place' link and save it to your foursquare to-do list for later. All it takes is one click, and you can do it right from Facebook (the save will appear on your Timeline, too, just like other apps you've connected to Facebook). It's an easy way to get ideas for future outings, and foursquare can do the work remembering them for you when you're looking for recommendations on Explore," explains foursquare.
Finally, with Foursquare already let you find restaurants based on places you and your friends like using Explore -- plus, you can read tips from regulars and check out the menu and business hours to make sure it's the perfect spot. Now, when you're using foursquare.com on your computer, you can make a one-click reservation, too. "Foursquare with OpenTable now offer reservations at over 15,000 places in major cities across the US, with more to come."
Just click 'Make a Reservation' and reserve a table for your party!
Foursqure also says that soon they will be adding more features, like filtering by venue, and adding tips or creating lists right from this history page. It's all to help you get the most of your adventures, even when you're back at home.
Take it for a spin!