Hanime has finally added an advanced bookmarking feature to its site that allows the users to save their favorite websites and blogs to the site as well. The new feature has been designed to allow for easy indexing and search through the site. However, there are some questions regarding the use of this feature that should be addressed before using the new feature. I have put together a brief explanation of the new feature so that you can make your decision about whether or not it is something you would want to try out.
First of all, what is the point of bookmarking the websites and blogs of your choice? It is a great way to save information on the website so that whenever you get back to the site you will have access to a much more complete source of information. As mentioned above, the website Hanime uses to store these thumbnails is now up-to-date so that the thumbnails may appear a little different from the original example, but the overall concept of the service is still the same.
The main issue is that the thumbnails used for bookmarking the websites and blogs are stored at another location. If you happen to open your favorite site or blog and are in need of a link to the specific page in the picture, you cannot simply click on the link in the thumbnail. Instead, you have to go to the actual site or blog page and then click the link to save the page as a bookmark. This means that if you do not want to bookmark the page you can always just use the bookmarking button to do so.
What is great about Hanime’s newest bookmarking feature is that instead of storing the thumbnails on their own site, the thumbnails are stored on a central server that the user can access anytime they want. When they want to access the thumbnails, the users just have to open the link in the browser and click on it. So now instead of being limited by the speed of your web connection, you can be browsing the internet as fast as you can manage without any delay whatsoever.
One concern that has arisen is the question of whether or not the new feature will cause problems for some bookmarking services. In other words, will the users of other bookmarking sites have an easier time navigating their pages while using Hanime’s site? While this concern is valid, Hanime does have its own bookmarking service that is already built into the website itself and therefore there should not be any compatibility problems.
Overall, the use of thumbnails for Hanime should be looked at with a good amount of caution. The main issue is the fact that the thumbnails have been moved from their original site to a centralized server, so that the thumbnails may appear slightly different than the original site. However, the overall concept is the same.