Leaked Google Stars video show built-in search, filter, folder, security, and sharing features

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Last month a update comes that, Google is testing its new service called as " Google Starts" which lets the users save, share, and organize Web content in way that users wants. Google Star is still under development, but a leaked video on YouTube, which reveals some of the features of Google Star.

The Original news has been comes from the Google plus user Florian Kiersch. Check out the video he filmed showing what testers of the service have access to.
On the video, it shows the main screen shows you all the items you have Favorited. Further it can be open in the archive form, as an option to break those down by folders and filters.

Categorizing the stuff in different folder is a key part of Google Star and its security concerns is the important thing that they could be set to either public (for sharing) or private visibility. Each folder will require a name and a description, will also have an option to be placed in a parent folder, and can be edited as well as deleted.

In this they show search will be front and center with auto-complete and suggestions, bookmarks will be shown as images with the option to add notes, and that drag and drop support will be included. There will be a built-in filter for content and spam detection.

Further more, the videos reveals that the Google Stars will be a cloud service, Which is likely to come up with chrome via an app or extension. App may also be coming for Android and iOS platform. 
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