Desktop that follows you

March 23, 2018

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How annoying is it when you're browsing on your desktop for recipes, find one you want to try, and then you have to email yourself the link so you can pull it up on your laptop, smartphone or tablet in order to make it "mobile"!?!  There needs to be a way for the basic home user to have a desktop or browser that's available to follow them in it's state between devices.  


 

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  • Mar 26, 2018     Comment Link

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    I know exactly what you mean.  I have to do this all the time when it comes to .wav files and different formats.  Although, I dont mind doing it this way, it would make it way hassle free to have a direct way of these files getting to mobile.  Thank you for sharing this!
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  • Mar 26, 2018     Comment Link

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    It's not as much of the email as it is what you're working on on one device not easily transferring to another device.  As an example, as I'm browsing IdeaStorm on my laptop, I'd like to be able to bring up this comment post (exactly as it is on my laptop) on my phone.  Like a dual desktop.
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  • Mar 25, 2018     Comment Link

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    I have not personally experienced something like this, but I do know the frustration you are talking about! It makes zero sense to be able to see something on one platform, but not be able to fully view it. I think your idea would be great for consumers, especailly those that are constantly using the web for different recipes/ideas. The convience of it would for sure be beneficial. 
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  • Mar 25, 2018     Comment Link

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    I have this problem as well. I actually find it easier to get my to get my emails on my iPad because my iPhone and computer do not work so well unless they are on my home wifi. There needs to be a better solution for this.