We recently released a cool new Unyverse button for the Google Toolbar, which you can download from here: http://unyverse.com/download/desktop.aspx
The basic functionality is that it groups all the bookmarks to each of the Unyverse wikis you may have subscribed to (contacts, notes, shopping lists,..) in one convenient button that you can access from any web page.
Note that to make it really useful and usable you should use automatic sign-in to your Unyverse account, so that you don’t have to type in your account details each time you click on the button. To do this, simply check the “Remember me” box on the sign-in page on the Unyverse web site. If you weren’t already signed-on, the button doesn’t show the list of bookmarks, but a link which says : “Sign In to Unyverse”. Then once you’ve signed in the links don’t appear immediately, there’s a refresh rate of about an hour. Whereas if you use automatic sign-in, the bookmarks to your apps will always appear when you click on the button.
But the really cool part – or hack you may call it 🙂 – is that you can use the Google toolbar search input box to enter notes. Just type in any text in the search box, then click on the Unyverse button, and a new note is automatically created in your Unyverse Notebooks wiki, which means it is instantly available on your mobile. You can also select text on any web page and right-click the selection to send it to Unyverse as a new note . New notes are created as unclassified.