I get it, there’s access lists now and shared folders.
But those are a pain to use, at least in proportion to what the bookmark-to-item mechanics was good for.
It facilitated quick, uncomplicated, flexible, even somewhat anonymous one-time exchange of a single bookmark.
Yes, the new access lists can share bookmarks, too. And for what they can also do, beyond sharing physical bookmark items, they’re a better tool than what there was, no discussion. But it’s utterly disproportionate and far more rigid for that use case that was served well by a quick, uncomplicated, flexible, and even somewhat anonymous, one-time exchange of a single bookmark.
So, please reimplement that functionality with the new bookmark system.
Huh, so, after randomly coming across another bookmark-related thread, I understand that the removal of this function, and/or ancillary ones, was alleged to costing gankers a few additional mouse clicks in plying their sociopathic trade …
… making this function having been removed yet another case of “This is why we can’t have nice things”, it would seem.