I've been working on Histre and it aims to be your internet copilot, helping you with painless, seamless knowledge management and other things.
One example use-case is, vacation planning. My gf used to use a spreadsheet to research and shortlist AirBnBs. It was painful. We're off to Portugal in a few days and she used Histre to plan the whole thing. She took notes and tagged AirBnB listings right from their website and filtered it on Histre. She's ecstatic ;-)
I'd love to hear from you (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'll build any features that'll help you.
Right now it does:
1. Improved history (tree style, time spent, dedupe)
2. Improved bookmarks + notes + tags; that is, you can go to any website and take notes and type #tags in your notes. When you go to https://histre.com/notes/ you'll see all your notes. You can filter by tags, search etc.
3. Low Friction Publishing : when you take notes as described above, you can add #pub and the note will be published and be available on your public page. Here are some notes other members have published: https://histre.com/pub/all/
You'll soon be able to share with just your team, and see only relevant notes/bookmarks from others in the topics that interest you.
I'll also send this to you by email so that you get notified. Please let me know what you think. Thanks!
I do have a feature request for you: I'd like to be able to share my project research links and notes with just my team. That would make histre super useful to me.