Remember sorting preferences

They say a robot never forgets–or is that an elephant? Well in any case, TinEye has been doing his memory exercises because he now remembers your sorting preferences!

Whether you’re logged in our out, and even if you’ve totally shut down your browser, TinEye will remember your last sorting preference. For example, if you searched for the biggest version of an image the last time you used TinEye, you will get the biggest results first the next time you use TinEye.

Enjoy, and happy searching!

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Tineye Blog » Blog Archive » Extension preferences here for Firefox and Chrome Mar 15 11 at 3:55 pm

This is interesting.
I’ll have to see it in everyday use to know if I like it. :)

Rafael Jun 24 10 at 5:53 am

that’s the very feature i was waiting for… thanks!

Sokos Jun 28 10 at 3:30 am

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