Collect.io — Your visual bookmark manager

6 years ago from , Designer

Hello !

We are excited to share with you the landing page of Collect.io, an open source visual bookmark manager.

Collect.io will help you manage your inspirational resources like pictures, links, notes and colors. You will be able to connect your Dropbox or store everything on your server.

We aren't live yet but we hope you like it ( :


  • Dulguun EnkhbatDulguun Enkhbat, 6 years ago

    awesome landing page

    13 points
  • Andreas EllwangerAndreas Ellwanger, 6 years ago

    I like that landing page but I like it's promised features even more. Hopefully, there will be a beta of any kind soon.

    3 points
  • Chase GiuntaChase Giunta, 6 years ago

    This looks great. I signed up on the list. But, tell me you actually have the collect.io domain. If not, I feel like marketing under a different domain is a terrible marketing/branding decision.

    2 points
    • Adam Nelson, 6 years ago

      Wow, I didn't even notice but you're right, they're advertising a different domain than the one they have. That's gonna fail hard.

      1 point
  • Kyle Greely, 6 years ago

    Nice work, Adrien! Love seeing how this has developed! :)

    1 point
  • Andy MerskinAndy Merskin, 6 years ago

    More services need to offer self-hosting like this. The days of faddish and attractive SaaS solutions that die in matter of months after release are getting old.

    I'm really impressed with this, nice work!

    1 point
  • Ray SensebachRay Sensebach, 6 years ago

    plans to support long term or monetize this?

    1 point
    • Adrien Gervaix, 6 years ago

      The self hosted version is free, there is a 50mb limitation if you don't use any storage service. We're planning to have a paid version with premium features.

      0 points
  • Terence Thien, 6 years ago

    God it looks good!

    1 point
  • Michael McKeeverMichael McKeever, 6 years ago

    Does the sign up form work? There was no feedback given when I entered my email.

    1 point
  • Brandon Carson, 6 years ago

    Any idea on an ETA for launch?

    0 points
  • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, 6 years ago

    Fantastic landing page, very good job, but what problem does the product solve? I already have Evernote and my browser bookmarks.

    0 points
  • Jenia StratilaJenia Stratila, 6 years ago

    Awesome design, but there are some problems with horizontal scroll in Safari.

    0 points
  • Roman Masyhar, 6 years ago

    When you live, I can't wait :)

    0 points
  • Marcel Neumann, 6 years ago

    I've been searching for something like this for a long time: collections, text, bookmarks and the possibility of self hosting the data. This will be like a personal wiki/knowledge base! Looking forward to trying it :)

    Awesome landing page too, love the colors!

    0 points
  • Nattu Adnan, 6 years ago

    very promising, hope we get to play around with it soon.

    0 points
  • Eli BrownEli Brown, 6 years ago

    I love the landing page, slick use of SVG masks.

    0 points
  • Ed RockEd Rock, 6 years ago

    This looks wonderful. As a long time Springpad user, I have been looking for something to fill the void since they shut down. Currently, I use Raindrop.io, however, it is still lacking and seems to have little development support.

    I would love to get into the beta if possible.

    0 points
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  • Cory MalnarickCory Malnarick, 6 years ago

    Incredible landing page! Really inspiring stuff.

    Where does your product fit within the market, ie adjacent to evernote, raindrop, and others?

    0 points
  • Kenan Bendz, 6 years ago

    Look's exciting, but i need dat access though. :D

    0 points