Many people share website links on social media or chat apps to start discussions with friends. The goal is to have discussions directly in the source of the content. It would be ideal to tag any content and initiate a discussion with friends, who will be redirected to the content source to participate in the thread. Public discussions could also be started if the content owner allows it, using a meta tag in HTML.
To get started, one would only need a Firefox account, enabling them to communicate with anyone worldwide. This could potentially replace many existing comment tools.
Case study 1:
As I study micro-services, I can tag my mentor with specific content and ask for clarification on a particular paragraph. Once my mentor receives the notification and opens the link, they will see my query and be able to offer further discussion or clarification. This collaboration will facilitate my learning and enable me to connect with others.
Case study 2:
My friend and I collaborate on writing content for my blog. To do this, I search for references on various websites and share the content with my friend, tagging the reason for sharing. As we collect and discuss information from many websites, I am able to embed the reference IDs in my blog.
Case study 3:
Suppose I encounter content on a website that I don't understand. In that case, I can tag Firefox AI instead of a friend. Firefox AI can try to clarify my query and rephrase the content based on available data.