Pocket and Safari-Style Read it later function. Basically offering users to create local copies of a website either in full html, or as cleaned 'reader-friendly' versions. As an initial integration we can work with our friends and partners of the internet archive to be able to make it possible to see annotations made on pages that have vanished.
polite suggestion: add keyboard shortcuts (or at least the ability to define your own shortcuts) for all common actions - for instance, opening the Memex menu button, adding a comment to a selected piece of text, and blacklisting a page.
i know very little about WebExtension development, but it feels like some low-hanging fruit would be the ability to save a comment using alt-enter or ctrl-enter while editing (as opposed to having to select the "save" button using the mouse cursor - which has to be moved from the center of the screen, having just been used to select a
Saving websites (incl. bookmarking, tagging, sorting into collections)
Adding notes and annotations
Searching my Memex store (or parts of it, e.g only bookmarks)
Any other use cases you could think of dear community? Integration into Premium model:
Free: Syncing every 15-30 minutes (or manually anytime) when both mobile phone and computer are online. Apart from a "skype"-like connection (WebRTC) we have to create between the devices, this way we have no server costs for your traffic. The connection is made between your devices directly.
For those of us who are here to search bookmarks rather than history this would save us a couple of clicks every single time we want to search. Wouldn't it be relatively low hanging fruit to implement too?
I am always surprised to see the slowness of searches on its own computer so on a small amount of data compared a huge volume with an instant response on a web search engine. I would be curious to know the technical raion.