Simple and brilliant. Two great advantages. 1. Not fixed in the address bar. 2. It is placeable on the bookmarks toolbar (or anywhere add-ons are allowed to be placed) and replaces "Other Bookmarks".
I also recommend two very important changes. Please don't assign the shortcut keys Alt-Shift-P, and Alt-Shift-S because they are already built into Wikipedia, and they are very important keys P=Preview and S=Save, so there is a conflict.
Thank you for your feedback. Regarding your change request: I have just been informed that some nice Firefox developers have implemented an add-on shortcut configuration page. You will be able to adjust the shortcuts to your own liking. You can test this feature already on Firefox Nightly.
This is such a simple, but effective addon. Generally I tend to just leave dozens of tabs open to go back to or randomly bookmark things that I mean to go back to later. This makes it easy to add 'read later' items all in one place.
Thank you for your suggestions! I will given them some serious consideration. Some quick feedback right off the bat: 1. Right-click the page and choose "Put the page on the Pile and close it".
2. This might not match the work style of other users (some songs/videos/docs want to be heard/seen/read several times before deletion).
3+4. I am trying to keep Pile as lightweight as possible - performance and UI complexity-wise. Powerful search and filter functionalities are already provided via Bookmarks/Show All Bookmarks. I do not want to re-implement this and cram it into the sidebar. But I do understand that piles can become overwhelmingly large over time. I will meditate on this.
EDITED: updated rating, thanks for answering my questions :-) Does what it says, great potential, but here are some features I'd like to see: Clicking again on the icon should toggle bookmark instead of bookmarking again. Add a setting to choose the destination folder (some might want to put it in the bookmark toolbar) Since this is under MIT license, would you mind adding a link to a code repository to read/contribute?
• A toggle would require the add-on to search all bookmarks every time a new page is loaded. As I want to keep this as lightweight as possible, I went for another solution: If you try to add an already existing bookmark, it is moved to the top. Duplicates are deleted. • You can move the Pile folder wherever you want, including the bookmarking toolbar. • Good idea. I will put it on github in the coming days.
1. Access to cached favicons is not (yet) supported. See: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1315616 2. Pile v1.4 now features a little search field 3. FF 57 now features a dedicated sidebar show/hide button. You can also move the sidebar to the right side now, if you want.