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Dynamic Bookmark/Feed Creation from Real-Time Collaborations

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000198196D
Publication Date: 2010-Jul-29
Document File: 2 page(s) / 20K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a method for dynamic bookmark/feed creation from real-time collaborations

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Dynamic Bookmark/Feed Creation from Real-Time Collaborations

During regular instant messaging conversations parties typically paste a link to a website the

parties would like to share the content of with the other participants. These websites are often

used again and again especially in situations where the chat is a work based chat and the links are to testing environments. Today there is no easy way to remember the links and the context around the link short of having the user automatically create a bookmark with a new URL is

pasted. This invention aims to solve that problem.

Implementation

User interacts in an instant messaging conversation or other equivalent real-time mechanism.

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others may include:

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email

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blogs

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forums

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social networking sites

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The user or another participant pastes a URL into the shared area.

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The collaboration system recognizes the URL is a link as systems do today. (ex. Most

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programs will automatically provide styling to make the URL appear as a URL and also

allow the user to click and be taken to that location)

The collaboration system shares the URL information with the user's preferred browser.

The browser listens for the new URL and places it in a dynamic list as it would with RSS

feeds.

The list might be sorted by:


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Additional information may be saved along with the link so that the user may quickly search

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or obtain contextual information on how the link was received

The conversation leadin...