Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
On Wed, Jul 13, 2016 at 06:02 pm, HR Tech wrote:
and they said that it would be so helpful to them as when they travel and use other computers they'd be able to get to their list of favorites/bookmarked groups.io posts regardless of which (and whose ) browser they are using.
Which has been available via the sync feature of any major browser for some years now.
If this sort of feature were really that important that user would be aware that they could have had it, with ease, long before now. These things are, indeed, useful and cool. They already exist in practice as a web browser function if you use sync and log in to your browser. You can log in on another computer's same browser and, like magic, things such as the tabs you were looking at, bookmarks you've saved, passwords you've saved, browsing history, add-ons/extensions, and preferences are right there for you.
A lot of what appears to be progress is just so much technological rococo. ~ Bill Gray