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The cli­ent should save past searches

(UsenetSHACK.com) Fre­quently dur­ing our test­ing we wanted to search for the same thing and had to retype it in the box as it doesn’t save past searches in a drop down. This is a minor usab­il­ity enhance­ment but some­thing that would add to the over­all experience.

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    BinTubeAdminBinTube (Admin, BinTube) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  BinTubeAdminBinTube (Admin, BinTube) responded  · 

    We are going to add this feature but make it optional. In any case, past searches will be saved on the client side, so there should be no privacy concerns.

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      • UsenetShackUsenetShack commented  · 

        Hah, yes indeed - we did indeed forget to add that. Sounds like a good solution, especially if there is some form of clear history control.

      • New DukeNew Duke commented  · 

        If you do implement this I would request it be optional (maybe on by default but can be disabled in the download settings). While I see the merit of UsenetShack's suggestion, I personally do not want a cache file of my searches saved in the software, just as it is confidential online (through https and Bintube's 'no logs' policy).

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