The new Web clipper chrome extension is a very good first step to Fibery integrated in the place where a lot of the knowledge discovery happen: the browser.
It is great for inputing new knowledge in Fibery, that then will be linked, and used in our workflow
We are missing the opposite, an extension (could be packaged as the same chrome extension) displaying contextual information from Fibery when browsing the web.
Few uses cases:
- Linkedin profiles: I would like to see my Contact Entity (with info if the person is/was a candidate, my app user, partner, etc) in a side bar. Mapping key would be the linkedin url field. I already have that for my ATS (Lever.com) chrome extension for candidates, or with LinkedMatch for Pipedrive for prospect/client contacts, etc.
- news/article: I could see that a colleague already import this relevant news, and linked it to other entities.
For 1. and 2. We could generalize the matching: display any Entity that have a url field that match the current page url (they are caveat with url parameters, 301 redirects, etc, but you get the idea)
- Entities recognition: highlight in a page the words that match an Entity name, and on hover or click display context from Fibery. Could be configurable to decide which Types should be part of this automatic annotation, to avoid clutter.
Maybe some Named Entities Recognition algos could be used to improve the matching quality.
Basically Fibery knowledge would be much more useful if they are used to contextualize the outside information.
For reference, the Web clipper thread: