ISYS:hindsite automatically detects and indexes all web pages visited
using Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Customizable time frame
You set the time frame for which you'd like ISYS:hindsite to remember
the sites you've visited. For example, you may set ISYS:hindsite to
index only the sites you have visited in the last week, or set it to
index all the sites you have visited in the last six months - it's up
Content, not just URL
Unlike your browser's history facility, ISYS:hindsite indexes every
word of every web page visited - not just the URL, but the actual text
content of each page.
Plain English Query
Plain English query allows you to quickly search by making a statement
or asking a question in plain English. For example, to find previously
accessed web documents relating to the weather, you may type in "Where
did I see weather forecast?"
Menu Assisted Query
Menu-Assisted query enables you to quickly build accurate queries with
push button operators. Users don't need to learn a complicated query
syntax in order to get accurate results from complex queries.
ISYS:hindsite can also display a structured tree outline of every previously
accessed URL. The result set from a query consists of the title of the
web document, its URL, the date and time the document was accessed,
the date and time the document was prepared, and the size of the document.
The result set can be sorted by any of the above categories.
Go straight to the web page you want
To access a web document from the ISYS:hindsite result set, simply double
click the page you're after and Hindsite will launch Netscape Navigator
or Internet Explorer (whichever is your default web browser) and take
you to that page on the web. ISYS:hindsite does not duplicate or store
the pages, nor does it rely on your browser's cache.