Text highlight and save
A feature that would allow the user to highlight text on articles and save the highlighted version.
This feature request about notes attached to bookmarks only! Be sure that I'm not talking about separate notes. I do not plan to compete with note taking apps. There so many great ones already. I don't want to invest so much time to compete with them. I don't want to shift focus from main thing - bookmarks. Good products make one thing, but do it great.
Offline support (reading, viewing)
Its great update. I've been using raindrop.io since the first launch !!!
Smart collections (autosuggest collection)
Like "Smart playlists" in iTunes. You create conditions (topic, title/description/text contains string, multiple tags, type, date..etc...) and all bookmarks automatically puts to specified collection.
Pin one bookmark into multiple collections
In this time, I am on the horns of a dilemma cause I want to add my bookmarks into multiple collections without duplicate them. I'd like that feature as soon as possible =)
Save all window's tabs links
Allow saving all of the current window's open tabs links without having to through each tab and saving it individually. Likewise, one should be able to open all selected bookmarks in the add-on (each on their own tab). This is essential to easily switch between contexts or to research and quickly save a set of bookmarks that refer to a given topic.
More advanced search
- Wildcard search - Boolean search - Option to search only in URL, Title, Content (article) - Live search results - Results from nested folders - Live search - Jump to collection - Fuzzy matching --- bug: after searching for a word, the displayed bookmarks (title, content, etc) appear different from the original (in result text the rest from the keyword and on is stripped down)
Collections: Bulk operations (remove, merge)
Reorder, remove or merge multiple collections at once. Plus ability to find empty ones
Archive read bookmarks
It would be nice to archive read bookmarks, so we can track what was read and what's on the reading list.