When you read articles like this:
it really makes you wonder where Opera puts its focus!
WOW! They have developed a task manager which is nice in a way but shouldn't they have put more focus on lets say...
a proper bookmark manager?
According to this post:
"Opera's user survey results indicated that 90% (sic) of users never added a single bookmark!"
Now the question rises: Are people REALLY more interested in a task manager rather than a proper bookmark manager? I don't think so!
With a "proper bookmark manager" I mean a manager that can handle 1000+ bookmarks, import/export to and from other browsers.
That has a search feature and can handle folders etc.
For me Opera Presto cannot fulfill my needs anymore (I have used it since version 3.5 1998) because too many compatibility problems especially with social media sites like FB, Google+, Thumblr and many others.
After so many versions with the Opera webkit out there: 15, 16, 17, 18 and almost 19 now and still there is no way to import AND manage a default "bookmarks.html" file with 1000+ bookmarks!
I guess the features in dev version 19 really shows where Opera puts its focus. It's rather on cool features as task manager but not on a crucial and important features like a proper bookmark manager.
No offense Opera but I think your survey about 90% never added a single bookmark is just totally wrong.
For instance many Opera users used IE or FF as they primary browser where they kept they bookmarks and used Opera only as an optional browser.
And come on! How long should it take to code a bookmark manager for Opera? Really.
A high school student with developer skills can do it in lets say 2-3 days. But why do it from scratch when you can just take Google Chrome open source.
Well Opera, you behavior it's surely very weird and disappointing!