Yahoo Furlized, launches “My Web”
April 27th, 2005
Yahoo has launched a new beta service called My Web. The service represents a mix of Furl, Googles My Search History and an online bookmark service. This is how it works: you search through Yahoo and all your searches get saved (if you turn the My Search History feature on), then when you find something interesting you click the “Save” button which saves the copy of the page in your “personal web” and, optionally, your bookmarks get updated too. Oh, and it allows all sorts of public sharing, including RSS. Really nice one, Yahoo!
Here’s some info directly from “My Web”:
My Web Beta is a free service from Yahoo! Search. It enables you to save a live link and a personal cached copy of any web page from the Yahoo! Toolbar or directly from search results, and instantly retrieve it online from any computer.
With My Web you can:
My Web is better than bookmarks:
My Web lets you rest-assured that the pages you want to see will be there ––whenever you want to revisit them.
Read more from the Yahoo Search Blog.