Christian has noted that bookmark management is planned.
But I’ve used DA as my default database for a long time, anyway. The addition of tabs makes that even easier, as one can have many tabs and DA remembers them when quit (if preferences are set accordingly).
It is possible to change the name of a group in the archive, but in my own archive I don’t want to do that.
Reason: Archive group names are the search strings used to perform the original search. So they make a good cue as to how the information was selected. More importantly, if one performs scheduled searches, the destination of subsequent search results in future searches will be clear.
How do you change the names of archive items? I’d expect it to work like in DT (or in the Finder), but nothing happens.
I agree that keeping the search string information is useful. However, I often want to change the titles of Web pages that I keep to something shorter, and I want to group searches together in higher-level groups. But when I create a new group, it’s called “Group N” and I cannot change it.
This one is a buglet: when I click on a group title to change it, DA interprets the number of contained items as part of the group name. Just pressing return adds it to the group name, and I have the number twice.
There’s a bug if DA is launched by an external application (e.g. clicking a link or a .webloc file) and opens therefore a browser on startup. The scanner popup of the “Objects” drawer of this browser does not work.