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I want to filter some javaranch pages for reading?

 
Hemant Agarwal
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I want to filter some javaranch pages for reading?
How is it possible?
 
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"Filter"?
 
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Can you give us an example of what you would like to do?
 
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I have read some pages.
I forgot what pages.
I want to view those pages after a month.
How?
 
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You can search all of JavaRanch using Google; see the search box here.
 
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I liked some pages.
I want to view those pages later on.
I want to mark those pages for later viewing.
There should be some support for marking pages in javaranch.
 
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Originally posted by Hemant Agarwal:

There should be some support for marking pages in javaranch.


There isn't.
But you can use del.icio.us

HTH.
 
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You can add a bookmark in your browser to do this.

If you are using multipe browsers / multiple computers and want to be able to access the bookmarks from any of them, you might want to look at some of the Free Bookmark Managers that store your bookmarks in a common server. (I think that some JavaRanch members are using either de.lirio.us or del.icio.us (but I haven't looked into this myself)).

By the way - we are just offering suggestions as to how to do what you want to do given what is available with our forum software and what you have to do external to the forum itself. Some of these items have been raised as being desirable in a future version of JavaRanch.
 
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Originally posted by Sonny Gill:
There isn't.
But you can use del.icio.us

HTH.
Don't you just hate it when you are in the middle of composing your reply and somebody beats you to it with much the same information?
 
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