Which answers have you bookmarked
Cross-platform bookmark manager very many elements
A few years ago I stopped using bookmarks in the web browser due to several issues:
- It got chaotic very quickly
- Browsing my bookmarks was slower than browsing the internet. I never visited my bookmarks again.
- The graphical user interface was not suitable for managing many bookmarks (such as> 10000).
- Navigating nested bookmark subfolder trees was quite a hassle
What I need is a bookmark manager similar to the file manager.
- Full screen window
- As many elements per page as possible (small fonts). What I really hate about the modern user interface is that it's easy to waste screen space (large margins, large fonts, large icons => small number of elements per screen)
- easy browsing throw folders
Why I need so many bookmarks - mainly for Compiling a personalized knowledge base of learning resources and Z.
- interesting pieces of code from various other races' github repos
- Processing sketches of OpenProcessing and shaders from ShaderToy
- Wiki pages (from Wikipedia, but also from more specialized Wiki websites)
- Answers from the stack overflow and the stack swap
- Youtube and Vimeo videos
Why bookmark things like this? Many of these websites have their own system of saving "favorite" items?
- Because I want to categorize my knowledge base by topic, not by medium or website.
- Because I want a universal structure and user interface across all sources so that I don't have to adapt to the specifics of every website
- because managing "favorites" is pretty crappy on some websites (e.g. YouTube has no sub-folders and moving / deleting items is impossible or tedious)
You can do this TagSpaces try out.
They save bookmarks in the form of or files that can be tagged.
It has a free version, is cross-platform, and open source.
I've been using pinboard.in for a few years. They don't have a tree view, but you can combine tags or Bundles create.
A more modern presentation and interesting features are available on tagpacker.com, but there are no mobile apps yet.
As a freelancer who works for clients on a regular basis, I can only consider cloud-based solutions.
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