In Firefox 3, developers completely revised the way bookmarks and history were handled, making them much more useful to contemporary Web users. You can use tags to organize your bookmarks more flexibly, and save searches to help you find groups of bookmarks again and again. This video walks you through what's new in bookmarks and history.

Mitch Wagner, California Bureau Chief, Light Reading

July 2, 2008

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In Firefox 3, developers completely revised the way bookmarks and history were handled, making them much more useful to contemporary Web users. You can use tags to organize your bookmarks more flexibly, and save searches to help you find groups of bookmarks again and again. This video walks you through what's new in bookmarks and history.

For more in our Firefox tour, check out our videos on the browser's new ability to zoom Web pages, and phishing and malware protection and the awesome AwesomeBar.

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Mitch Wagner

California Bureau Chief, Light Reading

Mitch Wagner is California bureau chief for Light Reading.

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