What is the best tool for bookmarking and organizing both websites and articles?

Craig March 3, 2011
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I bookmark websites that I use (news, travel, shopping, etc.) and I also like to save specific pages or articles. It seems that my browser’s bookmarks & folders (or Google Reader for blogs/news) are more appropriate for the former, while sites like delicious.com are better suited for the latter. Do you organize these differently and what tool(s) do you use?

  1. Boris
    April 27, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Hi , Bookmark Flash is the best choice for you .

    It helps you manage links , notes , logins , use Google Drive or Dropbox if you need sync data .

  2. Bob Tate
    April 13, 2012 at 11:51 pm

    Bookmark Flash , even you can get its serial number for free .

  3. Anonymous
    March 17, 2011 at 9:16 am

    http://www.diigo.com is the best thing for your solution

  4. Jessica Cam W.
    March 6, 2011 at 5:49 am

    I do use my browser to bookmark sites I need to access/check frequently, like the websites of my classes. For websites that I find interesting but don't need to use immediately, I bookmark them in Diigo, which has a Chrome extension that automatically loads my sticky notes/highlights I have made on the website to remind me of why I liked the website in the first place.

    When it comes to articles, I either star them in Google Reader or save the entire post in Evernote (which also saves the pictures) since sometimes the websites go down and so the original helpful articles/tutorials are nowhere to be found.

  5. Angela Alcorn
    March 5, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    Delicious is actually prefect for both sorts of bookmarking as long as you tag well. You can also look at bundling your tags to keep them more organised.

    It's also extremely powerful. Check out these articles for cool things you can do using Delicious bookmarks and RSS feeds:

    However, with the recent scare with Delicious many people have moved to similar services like Diigo. I've started using both, personally. I bookmark in Diigo and have it sync the bookmark to Delicious for me.

  6. Anonymous
    March 4, 2011 at 8:34 am

    try Capturesaver its a shareware

    What does CaptureSaver for you?
    Gathering information for research
    Save Web pages to browse offline
    Save selected text and images from web page
    Gather information from other applications such as MS Word and PDF files
    Capture text and images from clipboard
    Capture Screen Shots
    Organize information in a free form hierarchical tree
    Edit content with rich html formatting capabilities
    Add your personal comments and specify tags for every article.
    Folder Password-Protection.
    Quickly find information with full text search
    Build your own digital library of information.
    Never lose important information
    Share your research information with others.
    Easily move your research information from one computer to another
    And so much more...

    March 3, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    Hello, when using firefox I used the extension ViewMarks:

    And to share my bookmarks and any notes that I may have I like using Evernote:

    Another possibility is using Dropbox:

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