Store, organize, and tag your favorite websites with the help of this bookmark manager that lets you import items from your browser.
- Version:1.57 Build 207
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
Without a capable bookmark manager, the chaos would probably engulf all your favorite websites, and the chances are you would lose track of a considerable part of them.
If, however, you are determined not to let that happen, resorting to a software utility such as inBookmarks could make a difference since it helps you group all your favorite URLs in a transparent manner so that you can access them whenever you want.
Can store, organize, and tag your bookmarks
First of all, users should rest assured that installing the application requires no out-of-ordinary tech skills, and the GUI you are prompted with once the setup process is complete should be equally approachable.
The first step you need to take is create a collection that may include as many categories as you see fit. As for how you can populate each category and child category with URLs, you simply need to provide a name for the item you want to add, its path, some keywords, as well as a description. Aside from that, login details can be stored by the program if that is required to access the website.
On the other hand, if you don’t want to create your bookmark list manually, the “File” menu allows you to import them from your browser or resort to an XML file.
Lacks support for some popular browsers
As for how you can manage your bookmarks, it need be mentioned that copying, cutting, and pasting them from one category to another can be effortlessly done, with the possibility of rating them up or down, depending on the interest you have in them.
Validating your bookmarks should ensure there are no issues affecting them, with the “Tools” menu being responsible for that. This is where you need to go if you want to find duplicates or take a look at statistics describing your interaction with the bookmarks.
Unfortunately, the application comes with support only for the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Opera, Firefox, Netscape Navigator, and NetCaptor. This means opening your bookmarks is possible only using one of the aforementioned tools – some of which are already obsolte – which is quite restrictive.
Responsive bookmark manager that could use some enhancements
All things considered, inBookmarks is an easy-to-handle piece of software designed to organize all your websites intro categories. The bookmark manager puts at your disposal a series of handy tools to edit and highlight your favorite URLs, but the fact that it comes with support for a limited number of browsers could determine many users to overlook its capabilities.