Mar 16, 2007

Archive Button for Firefox

I was just reading an article on the web and when I was done I had an instinct to click "archive" like I do in Gmail. Does del.icio.us or anyone have a one-button feature like this? No extra info, just one click and you're done? Maybe they do and I just don't know how to install it.

5 comments:

MD said...

Hi Biz. I use Furl for this.

They have a firefox extension that gives you a toolbar.

See http://www.furl.net/

Guy said...

Yup, del.icio.us provides a plug-in for the forefox browser...

https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1532/

Ian McKellar said...

Flock's "favorite" button does this. It adds the current page to your bookmarks (and optionally to delicious) with the current page title as the bookmark name. If you double click you can edit tags & description and all that crap.

Ted said...

Just curious, how is this different then saving it to a folder in your bookmarks?

Is it because bookmarks are already doing so much a 'starred' directory or listing would be more accesible?

Bon said...

I think Biz means he just wants to hit 'Archive' and be done with it. This is how Gmail works. No confirmation boxes, no popup windows, just one click and it's saved.

Of course, the 'undo' option would be the challenging part...