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Saeed Ghanavat - Asking for your opinion on how you save your web links.

I would like to ask you a question. And would love to hear your answers and opinions.

I assume that many of you including myself spending a lot time on the internet doing research etc. Of course you have ended up with situations in which you would need to save the links of the web pages you’re visiting. For later retrieval/review. I mentioned links, because obviously links are the only way you can refer to your favourite web pages, later.

How would you save your web links, in order to get back to them later?

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6 responses

  1. Avatar for Doge

    I use bookmark folders in Chrome so it’s easy to get to them from wherever I am

    Doge – March 27th, 2019
  2. Avatar for TomK

    I’ve recently started using an app called Pocket. You can bookmark pages from your mobile or desktop and it stores them in the app, where you can access them online or off. You can also tag your bookmarks, helping to sort and categorise content. It’s early days but so far I’ve been fairly pleased it.

    TomK – March 27th, 2019
  3. Avatar for SpencerE

    I tend to use a lot of tabs which I keep active for long periods of time (even months). It’s only after a long time or if I am having a ‘spring clean’ that they them become bookmarked links. Recently I have also been trying out some apps/extensions. I am using Tabli and Tab Session Manager which can also manage links/bookmarks or use tab sessions as a type of bookmark. Both have pros & cons but I have yet to find a complete solution that manages both bookmark/links and tabs totally satisfactorily.

    SpencerE – March 27th, 2019
  4. Avatar for Masoud Ghanavat

    Hi, As a veteran professional investigator, acknowledged that I really love notation with pen on a piece of paper, which is, of course, a habit. And I believe that any digital work will end with a note on paper. But when I concentrate on an important subject in my research, that obviously is complicated, I need to collect items faster than possible. It is not possible with pen noting. So I need to digital world. When you are collecting items (such as books, articles…) the most important things is time lapse, which may cause forgetfulness or any change in your soft or hard tools such as your laptop, OS, apps. In this case, there is the risk of losing all your data or at least having to spend a lot of time to reminding and retrieving them. A researcher must to work hard but simply, not complicated. Therefore, I believe that it is better to use public and conventional facilities. It is better for him to spend his own initiative on his subject matter, not on marginal issues.

    Masoud Ghanavat – March 28th, 2019
  5. Avatar for DennisC

    I use Google Keep for storing important links. Have tried Pocket before but felt it is a bit complex unless you want to store the content of a link.

    DennisC – April 3rd, 2019
  6. Avatar for RajG

    Native bookmark is the best way to store uri. I haven’t consider any other fancy plugins as the bookmark is suffice for me at-least.

    RajG – April 11th, 2019

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