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PageLinker: Integrating Contextual Bookmarks within a Browser

Abstract : PageLinker is a browser extension that contextualises navigation by linking web pages together and allows navigation through a network of related web pages without prior planning. The design is based on extensive interviews with biologists, which highlighted their difficulties finding previously visited web pages. They found current browser tools inadequate, resulting in poorly organised bookmarks and rarely used history lists. In a four-week controlled field experiment, PageLinker significantly reduced time, page loads and mouse clicks. By presenting links in context, PageLinker facilitates web page revisitation, is less prone to bookmark overload and is highly robust to change.
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Aurélien Tabard, Wendy Mackay, Nicolas Roussel, Catherine Letondal. PageLinker: Integrating Contextual Bookmarks within a Browser. CHI 2007: Computer-Human Interaction Conference, Apr 2007, San Jose, United States. ⟨10.1145/1240624.1240680⟩. ⟨hal-01290841⟩

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