Save Anything from Around the Web, organize with ease, ind your content with search, and collaborate.
- - Raindrop.io is the most popular Web-based, Windows, Android & Mac alternative to Mix.
- - Raindrop.io is the most popular free alternative to Mix.
Better reading and research with annotations, highlighter, sticky notes, archiving, bookmarking and more.
A free tool to quickly collect, organize, and share your favorite links.
LinkAce is meant to provide a long-term archive of links to websites, media files or anything else which has a valid URL. Store interesting articles, neat web tools or libraries you may use sometime in the future.
- - LinkAce is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to Mix.
- - LinkAce is the most popular Open Source alternative to Mix.
Pearltrees is a social curation tool. It lets you organize, discover and share the stuff you like on the web.
- Is this is a good alternative?YesNo78 Highlights - Highlighter and Web Clipper alternatives
- Chrome OS
- Google Chrome
- Software as a Service (SaaS)
"Highlights - Highlighter and Web Clipper" chrome extension by Learning Paths, helps you organise your content across the internet.
Highlights - Highlighter and Web Clipper Features
Padlet is a beautiful way to organize and present your team’s files, assets, and ideas.
Bookmark Sidebar is an extension for Chrome, which adds a toggleable sidebar with all your bookmarks on the left or right side of your screen. You can sort, edit, delete or rearrange your bookmarks easily from within the sidebar.
Another web application bookmark dashboard, with fun features.Discontinued
Last GitHub commit on Sep 2020: https://github.com/rmountjoy92/DashMachine
Organizing knowledge should be this simple Additor is the best collaborative knowledge library for the brilliant.
A privacy-focused bookmark manager to save webpages, texts, images, videos, pdfs & more.Discontinued
Last updated on September 19, 2019.
Sieve the web for cool websites you probably never knew existed whilst supporting the smaller sites that Google ignores. All revealed in a weekly box every Friday, bringing fresh content that you’ll absolutely love...or find completely useless.