When searching through Delicious bookmarks, users should see (at some point today) inline YouTube and Flickr thumbs and Yelp reviews and data on their bookmarks. More helpfully, you can now search through a given date range using date numbers or a timeline, and switch combinations of tags on or off in the results.
Delicious also added a new “Fresh Bookmarks” tab to its home page that shows the bookmarks and URLs receiving the most attention on Twitter of late, mashing up the two social services while keeping the mostly spare and less noisy interface of Delicious. Individual bookmarks now allow for emailing or tweeting their URLs directly from the link, once you add recipients to the “send” field in the form of email addresses or your Twitter account.
The search upgrades in particular are a welcome update to a service many long-time web users have stuffed full of interesting links. What additional features would make Delicious more useful? What services have replaced Delicious in your web habits, if you’re no longer actively bookmarking? Tell us your take in the comments.
Delicious Homepage Gets “Fresh” [Delicious Blog]