grab a new bookmarklet, click on the bookmarklet, then on the markkit label, see your marks. voila.
markkit has a mark log , but it’s never been a main feature. markkit is a highlighter, it highlights text in a web page. it’s up to you to store your highlighted pages using whatever app you like (del.icio.us, firefox bookmarks, …) .
but I quickly noticed when I started using markkit everyday, that the mark log was in fact very useful as a short term memory. In fact i used to go to the mark log very often to see my recent marks, since I was the only person using it.
Lately some people started using markkit, it became more difficult to find my marks. But I must admit that what decided me to work on the /home feature is this post from startuparabia : both Mohamed Marwen and Montassar asked for it.
- delete your old bookmarklet
- grab a new bookmarklet
- go to any web page
- click the markkit bookmarklet
- highlight (note: actually you don’t have to. but if you don’t do you wont see any mark in your markkit home page)
- click the markkit label (at the top of the page)
- see your marks
what’s still missing
If you use more than one bookmarklet (if you have more than one browser, or use more than one computer) , you will actually have a different home pages for each bookmarklet. In coming weeks I will add a feature that lets you register and have all your marks in one home page.
For the moment there is a workaround : have the same bookmarklet on all your browsers. I leave this as an exercise to the reader.