MakeUseOf: How to Add Notes to Bookmarks in Chrome and Firefox

MakeUseOf: How to Add Notes to Bookmarks in Chrome and Firefox . “If you don’t remember why you saved your bookmarks, they won’t do you any good. Adding notes to your bookmarks can help you remember why you wanted them. You used to be able to add notes to bookmarks in Firefox, but that feature has been removed. And Chrome never had that ability. Let’s look at how to get around this limitation in Chrome and Firefox and add notes to your bookmarks.”

MakeUseOf: A Complete Guide to Managing Firefox Bookmarks

MakeUseOf: A Complete Guide to Managing Firefox Bookmarks. “Many people claim that browser bookmarks have become obsolete with the advent of online bookmarking, social bookmarking, speed dials, and features like that. But bookmarks are still useful if you learn how to manage and organize them. Today we’ll show you how to create, organize, and manage your bookmarks in Firefox so you don’t end up with a cluttered, chaotic collection.”

TechCrunch: Twitter brings Bookmarks to the web with a new design, now in testing

TechCrunch: Twitter brings Bookmarks to the web with a new design, now in testing . “Twitter is testing a new experience for web users, the company announced in a tweet on Thursday. A small number of Twitter users will see the updated version of Twitter for web, which will include access to Twitter’s Bookmarks feature, and scrolling through Twitter’s Explore section, the tweet said and a spokesperson confirmed.”

Harvard: Major upgrade for TagTeam, the open-source tagging platform

Harvard: Major upgrade for TagTeam, the open-source tagging platform. “We’re happy to announce a major upgrade to TagTeam, the open-source tagging platform developed by the Harvard Open Access Project. TagTeam allows users to manage open, tag-based research projects on any topic, provide real-time alerts of new developments, and organize knowledge for easy searching and sharing. Unlike other tagging platforms, it lets project owners guide the evolution of their tag vocabulary in a process it calls folksonomy in, ontology out.”

The Daily Dot: Twitter Bookmarks allow you save tweets for later

The Daily Dot: Twitter Bookmarks allow you save tweets for later. “In an effort to give its social media platform a little more utility, Twitter is rolling out a new tool today: Bookmarks. Different from the app’s ‘liked’ posts, this bookmarking feature should give users better control over links and tweets they want to remember for later.”

TechCrunch: Twitter is testing Bookmarks, a feature to privately flag Tweets for later

TechCrunch: Twitter is testing Bookmarks, a feature to privately flag Tweets for later. “Last month, Twitter started work on a new ‘save for later’ feature for Tweets in your timeline that you wanted to flag to refer back to in the future. Now it’s given the feature a name — it will be called Bookmarks — and is running tests with it.”

BetaNews: Twitter is working on a ‘save for later’ bookmarking system

BetaNews: Twitter is working on a ‘save for later’ bookmarking system. “The company’s head of product, Keith Coleman, made the new bookmarking revelation on Twitter, saying it is a frequently requested feature. The new ‘read it later’ option came out of Twitter’s HackWeek, and while no launch date has been announced, it is coming “soon” and an early design has been previewed.”