The day-to-day usability of LinkJam will depend on a tight browser integration. Users expect to have their bookmarks in the bookmark menu, not on some other website.
Since I think there is no way to archive integration in the browser's bookmark menu, we need another way of tight integration: what ...
I have a problem with my links page at linkJam because it shows a lot of information I really don't need to see. Because of this there is a lot of space wasted and it is hard for me to navigate there easily.
I would like to see my links ...
It is nice to see suggested tags when entering one, but when I click on one of those suggested in would be nice if cursor would me moved into Tags field and automatically add comma after the new tag
When you get to the 'add a link' page it would be nice if it fitted on the screen. When bookmarking I don't want to have to scroll the page just to get to the submit button.
I realise that this depends on peoples resolution - but I run ...
Editing bookmarks is "notes-style". Why not make the bookmark editing inline, in the view? like in delicious.
Similar code as is in IdeaJam, but instead of voting up or down, the question could be: "Do you find this link useful?"
Allowing comments to links would help bring usability to each entry. For example, someone posts a link about baking a chocolate cake. Someone else posts a comment that says "here is a link to a sugar-free choclate cake recipe". Another comment might say, "for better chocolate cakes recipes, go to ...
For tracking/trending purposes, it is often useful to be able to look at 'aging' of ideas. For example, how long have ideas been in progress, how long did it take for ideas to go from open to complete (or rejected) etc. The modified on date does not appear to be exposed ...