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There are so many wonderful posts here that I want a way to archive the ones I want to be able to reference later. I know that you can just search a topic and it is likely that it will come up, but then you would have a long frustrating sift through all the related articles that you are not looking for. It this is available, please educate me. If not, someone powerful and in touch with the developers, please mention this feature to them. I think we should have a folder system similar to windows that we could have as many subfolders as we want within each layer of folders, which we could then label and subcategorize as we see fit.

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I was just thinking the same thing..
So I opened your post & saved the url address to a shortcut link & I was good to go..
Now following you cause I received your question before I read it..LOL

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good idea, but it still should be something cleaner than that. You will eventually end up with a bunch of URL's that are difficult to find what you are looking for exactly.

That's what I use the resteem button for, then it is in my own blog for personal reference.

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That's a pretty good idea. But, I would like it not to be mixed in with all the other stuff there. I think I will use this temporarily until they find a better solution.

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I do that too, it's a good workaround for now!

yes, yes, yes ... I was puzzled about this missing possibility from my first day on here. I tend to resteem these articles in order to keep my bookmarks under control ... would be nice to implement that feature

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Couldn't agree more.

First, if it's worth saving, then upvote it. After that comment on it. Finally resteemit.

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I always upvote good content and often comment on it. Resteeming it does put it in your blog I just learned which is helpful but not a clean solution to the problem.

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You cannot resteem older articles ... that's a pity ...or am I just too stupid to find the solution for that? Instead, I tend to use the super-clumsy way of sending the email-link to the article on my mailaccount ... seems to be somewhat stupid and oldschool ...

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that's a great idea! It would be easy to build as an external tool I guess, but i'd also prefer seeing this as a core feature on steemit.com.

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Exactly. A series of folders that the user can label and categorize as they choose.

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