While researching the web for a project, you often end up bookmarking many URLs for later viewing. This results in a cluttered bookmarks folder, something you definitely do not want. Here to help you easily save links or only portions of a website is a web service called Memonic.
Memonic is a website that lets you save links online. After creating an account on the site you can start using its bookmarklet. Whenever you visit a website, clicking on the bookmarklet will let you clip the site’s content or save it for later reading. You can also choose to bookmark the page or take notes. The ‘gathering mode’ is reserved for premium users only – the other features are available to all users.
If you choose the Clip Content option you can click on multiple links on the webpage and have the links saved to your Memonic account. When you visit your Memonic dashboard you will find these clipped links neatly organized under a single heading.
The note-taking option lets you quickly save notes in your Memonic account; the note-taking panel is displayed without changing the website. The panel lets you title your note and add special formatting to it.
Overall, Memonic will serve as an invaluable tool for online researchers. People who store notes online will also find Memonic to be very helpful.
The application offers free and premium accounts. The developers of Memonic have been kind enough to give 5 premium licenses to MakeUseOf readers. To take advantage of these licenses please leave comment on this post (using your email address).
- A user-friendly web service.
- Lets you store web links online.
- Lets you clip content from webpages.
- Lets you store notes online.
- Special formatting for notes is supported.
Check out Memonic @ www.memonic.com