Google announced today on the Official Google Blog the introduction of a new experimental feature for Google Bookmarks that allows users to organize their favorite bookmarks into lists. Additionally, users can share those lists with their friends. In a way, you could say the new feature is very similar to Twitter Lists.
Google Official Blog Says:
Bookmarks are a great way to keep track of your favorite content across the web and we want to help you share them with your friends. To use lists, visit Google Bookmarks at google.com/bookmarks or by clicking “Manage all” in your Google Toolbar. From there, select the links you want to share and click “Copy to list.” Lists are private by default, but once you’ve created one you can share it with specific friends or even publish it to the web. For example, if a friend of yours is visiting Seattle for the first time and you have some local attractions bookmarked, you might want to create a new list for “Seattle attractions” and share it with your friend.
Creating a list is easy. All you have to do click on any of the “Create new list” links, enter the name for your list, and a description. All lists are private by default, but while you can make it public at any time. After your list is created, you can select the bookmarks you want to share, click on “Copy to list,” and choose the name of the list you want those links to be added to. Items in a list can be moved up or down, and put into different sections.
You can share your Lists via email or links. The service is available in English only, and since it’s still in an experimental basis, Google asks users to submit feedback.
More about Google Bookmarks, visit the Official Google Blog.