Easy to write tags (supports spaces for multiple word tags)…yeah!!
Here is some of the FAQ.
CHECK IT OUT
AND, OR, NOT, “phrase”, wildcard*, stemming
(del.icio.us only does AND)
Searches for terms in the Title, alt title, tag,
….full-text (I couldn’t find full-text searching, it does link to the cache of the page at the Wayback Machine)
It would be good to select a field to search in…ie. just title, just comments, etc…at the moment the only single field search is the Tags field.
[ADDED 19/08/05: See this update for searching full-text, and searching in just one field or a combination].
+, -, ~
This works for both the Tags field and just general searching
Whack a search box in your blog to search your simpy account
Save full-text notes (tag, or full-text search)
I do this in del.icio.us using pasta.
Notes works as a separate channel to your links
Multiple inboxes to view Simpy users or tags (all RSSed)
del.icio.us has a new feature like this where you can make sections in your inbox
Although Simpy takes it even further to make a search query within a topic (Topic Filters) to lessen the noise
Bookmark a webpage, Search your account, Link history of any webpage, Save a note, Search your notes
Each bookmark has a link to see:
Link history (URL page) shows all people who bookmarked it, plus a graph of the date trend (popularity of a link overtime)
Cache (via Wayback Machine)
View all bookmarks and tags
View their tag cloud or tag set (top 20, 50, all)…each tag has a labelled number for quantity of bookmarks
View bookmarks by date added
Search their links, search their notes
View a list of related users
Fielded search (missing in all social bookmark managers)
Full-text search (or I can’t find it)
RSS for tags
RSS for user tags
RSS for search, and RSS for boolean tag search
Search all accounts
Code to show links on a blog sidebar
RSS for Topics (and filters)
Tag set bundles (incl. RSS feeds)
Threaded comments per general bookmark
Only for the owner of the account
Order results by usage frequency or date
Each link has a details page…if this was for public viewing each users bookmark could have it’s own permalink, just like a blog (del.irio.us does this…also Tagsurf, Tagifieds, although the last 2 are not specifically designed as bookmark managers)