For starters, in.im functions as a new Internet homepage. Individual users collect thumbnail links to their favorite sites. This saves the trouble of entering the same information repeatedly and clicking multiple links to open oft-visited pages. Better yet, it serves as an organized and visually engaging doorway into each person’s online world. While this style of speedy entry to websites isn’t revolutionary on its own, a combination of other features sets in.im apart from other tools.
With in.im, it’s also easy to collect web pages under category headings. Doing so makes for easy transitions between different sites. There’s no toggling back and forth between homepage and bookmarks and cluttered windows. Everything is kept tidily and easily accessible from the same page. This is especially helpful for professionals looking to order the materials that allow them to finish jobs.
While individuals can maintain their pages as privately or socially as they like, sharing is uncomplicated. Friends can visit each other’s pages and share page collections (or “site communities”). Keywords make pages easier to find and share. Users may also rate shared pages, voting them up or down. Points awarded for sharing information with friends and colleagues further encourages sharing – turning in.im into a powerful, social promotion platform. What’s more, the in.im Promote tool provides shortened URL’s, which simplifies sharing even more.