Saving every page is fundamental to Neeah’s value proposition. The idea is that you no longer have to decide if you ever need that page again, if you’ve seen it, it’s just there and searchable for you. The analogy would be prior to Gmail, after reading an email, the user had to decide to file or permanently delete the email. Make the wrong choice and it it’s gone forever. After Gmail, we simply archive (aka not permanently delete) and it’s there if we ever need it again. This how Neeah works for you personal browsing history. You never know when you night might need that recipe, YouTube video or inspirational article, right?
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