Organizing your highlights with tagging

Our small team has been busy for a while and we are happy to announce a new experimental feature – TAGS. This should help you to organize your highlights collection on page.


So, how does it work?

First, highlight some text.

Stop your mouse cursor on highlighted text to see the toolbar.
Click on tag icon

And fill out tags you want (just use whitespace as separator)

Tags will be saved automatically.

Once you are done with highlighting on your page, you should see your tags on page

As you are using tags now, it is very easy to filter your selections collection. Just click on the tags name you want to filter out from your collection

And you should see only the filtered highlighted pages on your list, which are connected to this tag (“music” in this case).

You can select even multiple tags to filter out only records which have these tags.

Oh, did I mention that now you can see your highlighted text passages directly from without going to highlighted page? Just click on “+” sign in front of the entry.

There you have option to add or change tags for all your highlights too.

Please let us know about your ideas and suggestions how would you like to organize your highlights or what features you are missing the most!

Happy tagging!

Geo-tagging Web in a New Way

We have new and exciting feature for users to try out!

We just added option  to add geographical location for highlighted text on the web pages.
This allows to connect web content with real physical locations in the world map.


How to try it out?

Once you have highlighted the text with tool, you can move mouse over highlighted area and click geo icon  from popup toolbar.



This will  bring up the map where you can click to set location for your highlighted text.

Once you have highlighted and geo-tagged your text, you can check out the map view of your highlihters from

For example:

We believe that this feature is extra useful when you are planning travel – looking for sightseeing information and places to visit or highlighting historical materials.

Please let us know how would you like to use this feature?