This often happens, you’re looking for something on the omnipotent Google and you get what you want as the first link. Bingo! But below it, there are a few very interesting links you’d also want to check out but in this harsh world, deadlines have a stronger say and you give them a miss.Save&Search solves this problem beautifully. How? I’ll take an example here. Say, you’re working on a b-plan and type in “How to make a bplan” on Google. There, the first link looks good from a dependable source. You open it in a new tab and it looks fantastic; just what you wanted. You go back to the search page to close it but below the first link you see an interesting link to “Download a BPlan Creator”. You want this but not right now. Save&Search is made just for these situations. Go the link, copy the URL and paste it on Save&Search. Give it a tag and enter your email id. Job done; you’ll find the mail with the link happily sitting in your inbox for you to check out later.
The initial feedback have revealed some interesting thoughts:
A feature that will be admired by many is that no login is required; it's simple utility. Go, save your link, carry on with you work.