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almost 9 years ago from Mikel van den Oord, Visual Designer

  • Fabian SchultzFabian Schultz, almost 9 years ago

    At the moment I use Dragdis and it's working pretty well. Previously I was using Gimme Bar.

    13 points
    • Can GoktasCan Goktas, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

      Indeed, I use Dragdis too. It's so easy to bookmark things - just drag and drop. No need to click buttons, no need to open things and then close them. I use it since the first launch and my bookmark archive and usage improved since then.

      There were, it was quite like Dragdis but Yahoo bought them and closed unfortunately.

      And for Ember, although it may be a good product, I wouldn't pay for a bookmark manager if I have awesome free competitors.

      5 points
    • David SurianoDavid Suriano, almost 9 years ago

      +1 for Dragdis. Although the search and tagging system is somewhat lacking, the ease of dragging and dropping compensates for it.

      Confession: I've been slowly transitioning my bookmarking back to Evernote, mainly for the amazing search and tagging ability. And it also doesn't hurt to be able to access your collection from any device.

      6 points
      • Eduardo NunesEduardo Nunes, almost 9 years ago

        This. I love Dragdis, and have been using it almost exclusively, but find the tagging system and the fact that everything is cropped to a square (not really helpful, when you're relying on visual memory to find something) a bit glaring.

        5 points
    • Cheng Li, almost 9 years ago

      Dragdis is very useful!

      5 points
    • James LaneJames Lane, almost 9 years ago

      +1 for Dragdis, previously used Pocket, but Pocket is better for articles you want to read later.

      5 points