Do you put them in a notes app somewhere, in a browser, or something else? I’m hoping there’s an app where you can put them in privately, organize them by tags, and search with those.

@cstrauss
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I share the link to Orgzly (available in F-Droid), which I set to auto-sync to a local folder. Then, I sync this folder, containing the org-mode files, to all my devices and Desktop with Syncthing. Nice thing is, the page title is shared along the URL, and you can categorize them within Orgzly as well. Downside is, you can do only one link per share, otherwise you get all the URLs but without the page title.

@Nic0
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I’m using xBrowserSync from F-Droid on mobile and the Firefox extension on desktop.

@DePingus
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This right here is one of the best finds I made last year.

With xBrowserSync for bookmarks and BitWarden for passwords, I am no longer tied to a browser on any platform. I run Firefox at home, Edge at work, and Brave on my phone; and I use none of their built in sync features. Switching browsers is no big deal now.

I think it’s also important to note that xBrowserSync is open source and the server can be self hosted (just like BitWarden).

@mobydick
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Xbrowsersync currently

@throwaway14
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I just store them locally in browser and you can export them to an HTML file easily.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/export-firefox-bookmarks-to-backup-or-transfer

But I’m also interested in other options.

craigevil
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buku. Description: Powerful command-line bookmark manager Features

  • Store bookmarks with auto-fetched title, tags and description
  • Auto-import from Firefox, Google Chrome and Chromium
  • Open bookmarks and search results in browser
  • Shorten, expand URLs, browse cached page from Wayback Machine
  • Text editor integration
  • Lightweight, clean interface, custom colors
  • Powerful search options (regex, substring…)
  • Continuous search with on the fly mode switch
  • Portable, merge-able database to sync between systems
  • Import/export bookmarks from/to HTML, Markdown or Orgfile
  • Smart tag management using redirection (>>, >, <<)
  • Multithreaded full DB refresh, manual encryption support
  • Shell completion scripts, man page with handy examples Homepage: https://github.com/jarun/Buku
@roastpotatothief
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pinboard.in

I highly recommend it.

Seferi
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I sync my bookmarks with my RaspberryPi/Nextcloud home server via Bookmarks app from F-Droid and bookmarks add-on on firefox…

Jama
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The app is really bad IMHO. Doesn’t sort bookmarks and doesn’t show folder. It’s really hard to find something

@airikr
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I am using LinkAce and self-hosting it on my server. Works perfectly.

@maddox
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I have programmed PostgreSQL and use Emacs Org Protocol, so I use Iceweasel or Firefox extension for Org Protocol, so I can just insert bookmark straight into the database, or I can annotate something on the website and insert bookmark with annotation. It is just one click. If I need a bookmark, I can export it all and import into any browser, or I can just launch it straight from Emacs. I am searching for bookmarks by using PostgreSQL. This way it is centralized, and I can use any browser to launch same bookmarks. It is not hard to program it yourself. I am using Emacs Lisp. It is not related to F-Droid, but I can export bookmarks and use it on mobile browser.

@cyrus
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[deleted]
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I didn’t even know it was encrypted and used it anyway because it’s so simple and easy

@cyrus
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Dessalines
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I use the tab sending constantantly.

jonuno
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@freezingshowpiece
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