Jumplist

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For the feature in the Windows 7 taskbar, see Features new to Windows 7. For an array of jumps, see Jump table.

Jumplist was a term used in the early years of the world wide web to describe a collection of links, which were individually referred to as jumps. The Jumplist database-driven web service was developed by i/us Corp. and launched in 1998 at jumplist.com . It provided a highly-customizable method for users to create categorized collections of links, which they could access privately or display on their sites.

The service had both free and pay-for levels of service.[1]

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  1. ^ Lynch, Jim (November 30, 1998). "JumpList: This utility lets you effectively manage your site's outside links.". PC Magazine. Retrieved 23 June 2012. 

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