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A question addressed to the more experienced bees

How to "bookmark" a buzz?

A question addressed to the more experienced bees

I am sure it happened to you sometime, 

that you saw a buzz you wanted to re-read,

to forward to someone, 

or simply at the precise moment you've seen it, 

you did not have the time for it.

Of course, if you know who wrote it, is quite simple, you just go to the bee's profile, and at the buzzs tag, you've got it.

But, it happened to me with @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian or @Ali Anani among others, two very prolific writers from which I like to read and re-read their posts due to the high quality of them, that it took me a long time to find again the post I wanted.

And if you are not connected to the author, or you don't know the name, then you are lost.

Knowing what it takes to write a post that it grabs the attention, I find it is a shame not to have the option to bookmark it, and to loose it in the maelstrom of posts, like in Youtube you have the option of creating a list of "to see later"

Maybe the option is there, and I do not know.

At the moment, I created a folder in my browser and I bookmarked the ones I want to see again, but

how other bees do it?

Is there a better way?

Thanks in advance for your shared wisdom

@Javier beBee @Federico Álvarez San Martín @Adriana Bevacqua García


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David Navarro López

David Navarro López

vor 5 Jahren #2

That is a great idea @Dean Owen coming from Paul \. This way I can not only make a list of the things I want to later re-read, but as well a way to share​ them with others. Thank you so much

Dean Owen

Dean Owen

vor 5 Jahren #1

One way that Paul \ does it is to create a Hive and share the article into it for reading later: https://www.bebee.com/group/paul-s-reading-list. Cheers

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