While it is easy to remember the URLs of important websites, it is very difficult to remember the URLs of webpages on the websites you like. When you are in the middle of reading an interesting online article and you need to save it for reading it later, you cannot possible memorize the URL of the page to later enter in your browser’s address bar. Instead, you bookmark that webpage and store its link in your browser. Over time, you end up bookmarking a lot of websites.
To save yourself from a messy clutter of bookmarks, you can create bookmark folders and subfolders in which you can sort your bookmarks. But even then, it is not always easy to find the webpage you have bookmarked. For Google Chrome users, this problem can be solved to some extent by getting a tree-like view of the bookmarks, thanks to a tool called Neater Bookmarks.
Neater Bookmarks is a free to use browser tool that is compatible with Google Chrome. After you install the extension, you get an easily navigable view for your bookmarks menu. The bookmarks are arranged like a tree with indentations according to the folder or subfolder that your bookmarks are in. The options of the extension let you control how the bookmarks are opened by default and if your previous bookmarks menu views are preserved.
- A user-friendly browser extension.
- Compatible with Google Chrome.
- Gives your browser bookmarks a tree view.
- Gives you option of opening bookmarks in foreground or background.
- Can retain your previous bookmarks menu view.
Check out Neater Bookmarks @ https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/neater-bookmarks/ofgjggbjanlhbgaemjbkiegeebmccifi