Manage your bookmarks onlineYou're not always using the same computer. You may have a laptop and a desktop. You probably also use a computer at work. Luckily, with the right tools, you can access your bookmarks from any computer.
Delicious—Delicious is a social bookmarking site. It lets you store your bookmarks in an online account for easy access. But you can also share links with your friends and family, if you choose. It’s a great way to discover new sites as well. You’ll see what others are bookmarking. It’s fascinating!
Google Bookmarks—Your Google account can help you organize your online life. It can handle your documents, e-mail and now your bookmarks. Google Bookmarks stores your bookmarks privately online. You can access them from any computer by signing in to your account. You can also add searchable labels and notes to bookmarks.
Sync for Firefox—If you use Firefox, this tool can be invaluable. It lets you synchronize your Firefox experience between computers. That includes all of your bookmarks. But it can also sync open tabs, your search history and more. You can stop surfing on one computer. Then, pick up right where you left off on another.
Xmarks—This tool is similar to Sync for Firefox. But you can synchronize your experience between all of your browsers. It works with Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Chrome. You can sync bookmarks, open tabs and saved passwords. With Safari, you can also sync bookmarks to your iPhone.
Diigo—You bookmark sites because you enjoy them. But what if you could take that one step further? Diigo lets you store your favorite bookmarks online. It also lets you annotate them. Add comments and notes. Highlight important sections. You can make them your own. And you can easily share your annotated bookmarks with others. Diigo is especially handy for students
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