It would be nice if Fetching could import the history of the supported browsers.
Nowadays Chrome, Firefox and Safari store their history in SQLite databases:
Chrome: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/History
Firefox: ~/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/<PROFILE>/places.sqlite
All those databases can be queried to import the relevant information into Fetching.29 votes
This is a great idea.
Search fetching.io history, favorites and tags via Alfred.19 votes
Interesting, we’ll take a look.
Allow exporting bookmarks without cancelling the service.3 votes
You can export bookmarks from the Cloud app. You want this from the native app too it sounds like?
Record history of tabs as trees7 votes
Can you please talk in a little bit more detail about what you’d like to see here?
a) Add the delete button right here: https://vitaly.tinytake.com/sf/MjA0MzIxXzEyODc3NjY
b) Give the opportunity to choose the set of links and set the tag for all of them at once, for instance4 votes
You know, we actually had a delete button directly where you are suggesting but it rarely got used in practice (we found) because Fetching is about keeping everything but making anything easy to find later.. You find you want to delete individual pages often?
For your B, you mean you want to be able to tag multiple items at the same time?
Add a proxy option for mobile devices to track their pages as well (it says support for mobile devices in the comparison page, but I haven't found mobile device support).
Mobile is when I'm most likely to stumble upon a page and not be able to find it later!61 votes
Support Opera web browser. Opera can already do it out of the box (Preferences > Advanced > History > Remember content on visited pages), but it'd be nice to be able to search across all browsers in one place.13 votes
Any chance of a "send to Pinboard.in" feature? I'm not looking for full sync, plenty of apps to do that, just a shortcut for exproting a bookmark or collection of bookmarks to my Pinboard account...12 votes
It would be nice if Fetching were able to search all my favorited/tagged articles from Feedly.11 votes
It would be nice if Fetching were able to search all my notes at Evernote as well!7 votes
I use Readkit (on osx) to gather my rss feeds and read them directly in the built-in browser. Will Fetching work and store the articles I read there?5 votes
This is a strong possibility.
Reduce memory usage.8 votes
Leveraging the Microsoft Cloud, via BizSpark, if only for access to tools and services. Minus the capital.0 votes
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