8 Replies Latest reply: Aug 5, 2013 1:03 PM by Lloyd Deane
Lloyd Deane Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

Way back in the '90s, there used to be a Mac browser (IE?) that allowed you to drag a URL from the address bar, hover it over a bookmark folder in the bookmark bar, and it would spring open to expose all the subfolders, and allow you to drop the new URL into any of the exposed subfolders. 


This remains, without a doubt, the most effective, straightforward, simple, and efficient way of filing bookmarks I've ever experienced.  


Why doesn't Safari use this system?  Or does it, and I just don't know how to enable it?  If it doesn't, how can I suggest this to the Safari team?