Rated 4 out of 5
4 Stars out of 5
- by ethsen, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5The main issue with using this addon over the pinboard bookmarklet is that the new tagging tab that opens sticks around even after you've already tagged your bookmark, so you're always doing an extra step, which closing the new tab. If you are bookmarking a lot of sites in row it's kind of annoying. I still keep this addon as the pinboard bookmarklet is not able to bookmark some sites like github or even the mozilla addon site.
- by AndreasBuzzing, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5Pinboard is fabulous because (like your brain, or the Internet), its tagging ability is so open-ended and flexible. With just a few words, you can make it what YOU need to organise, find, and notate all your bookmarks.
Long ago I had to keep my multitudes of bookmarks sorted by folders, but there was always the problem of *which* folder to use, or whether I should store it in more than one place. And even then, I still couldn't always remember which site had the information. Heck, I totally forgot about some great sites because they were buried way down-list, and there was nothing to bring them to my attention.
But Pinboard lets you index your bookmarks with multiple category tags. You can also tag with phrases or words that are significant to you (by how you might remember the site or page), and include variations in tagging terms, just in case you can't remember exactly what phrase you used.
And it doesn't stop there -- like an Endnote program, Pinboard also lets you add comments to enrich your notes, and you can personalize the titles of the Web page names to make them more useful to you.
Get Pinboard so you can tag, sort, and find all those great Web pages. You'll feel brilliant because you don't have to remember everything; rather, you can find them in a flash with your personalized shortcuts!