Many users are overwhelmed by the number of web-pages they have to deal with in the course of a day. We introduce TabFour, a prototype web-browser which introduces three novel features that address design requirements identified in an initial design study. First, web-pages can be grouped into tasks, providing a target for resumption after an interruption. Second, tasks can be annotated, supporting resumption after longer intervals. Third, tasks can be shared through a simple web-service, allowing users to share groups of web-pages more easily than with existing tools.

Developed as part of course project CPSC 544 Fall 2009, University of British Columbia, Canada. Group members: Russ MacKenzie, Shiu Fai Lam, Mohan Raj R, Tao Su

Paper which discusses the design: docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://tabfour.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Tab4/doc/CHI2010_SRC.pdf

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