- by JohnRattz, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5I have found it easy to create situations in which bookmark folders multiply seemingly indefinitely.
I think small differences in the bookmark hierarchy in the various connected browser instances can cause the same folders to be added because they are perceived as unique even though their names and contents are identical. I solved this issue by disabling manual synchronizing.
- by Firefox user 14159032, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5This is a must have! Having suffered a computer crash or two or ten, I've known the frustration of losing all the favorite sites I've saved. Never again! I recently had a PC update that caused all kinds of problems, leaving me to do a system restore. Installed my browser, then EverSync extension, logged into it and BOOM! everything back. Simply love that this is out there and hope everyone appreciate what the developer(s) have given us! And its available for multiple browsers and you can use it across Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc. A huge plus!!!
- by Sail, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Suddenly I have only 3 bookmarks left, and there is no available local backups in my work computer. And I also found that in another browser which bookmarks haven't been deleted, there are some bookmarklets's url become "http://incorrecturl/"