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Bookmarks are for books, not browsers. Organize your browser tabs into Toby so you can access key resources in one click instead of seven. Toby is browser extension that helps organize your tabs.

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Panshul Gupta
Panshul Gupta- Software Engineer in Munich, Germany.
Awesome tool, just what I was looking for.... solves a few of my problems: - for every meeting, I can open all the required tabs at once. - it syncs all my tab collections over all my devices Not very handy for storing bookmarks, maybe I am just too used to Chrome bookmark manager, but will give it a try.
Aurnik
Aurnik- Chief Fashion Officer
I've only been using Toby on desktop but the way it allows you to organize your bookmarks and tabs is very innovative. Still some bugs but you should try it out!
Jamie McIntyre
Jamie McIntyre- Founder, Rewire Capital
They have continued to pump out new features that make this my goto browser extension.
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BetterCloud Monitor
If you constantly have dozens of tabs open in Chrome, here's a solution for you. Try Toby, a Chrome extension that lets you drag and drop your tabs and organize them into neat visual lists. Toby's interface is remarkably clean, simple, and easy to use.
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Transform Chrome into a professional work tool for free

Workona is a better way to work in Chrome

We all work in the browser, but it was never built for work. We’re proud to be taking Workona out of beta this week to address the problem and we hope you enjoy the product!

If you want to keep Product Hunt or another extension on your new tab instead of Workona, visit: workona.com/help/use-other-new-tab

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Alma Madsen
Alma Madsen- Cofounder & CTO, Workona
Split up your work in the browser by class or project so you can be more productive! https://workona.com/use-cases/ed...
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Medium
Most of us love cloud software, but working in the browser can be cluttered and cumbersome. The proliferation of cloud software like Google Docs and Salesforce mean modern work is primarily done in the browser. I personally interact far more with my browser today than I do with my computer's operating system, and countless user interviews show that I am not … See more
TechCrunch
A new startup, Workona, this week launched software designed for those who primarily do their work in a browser. The company's goal is to become the OS for web work - and to also save web workers from the hell that is a million open tabs. To accomplish this, Workona offers smart browser...
K9 Ventures
I'm excited to announce K9 Ventures' recent investment in Workona. K9 led the initial financing for Workona in December 2017. What is Workona? Well, this video does a great job of explaining that... so I'll let the video do the talking... Quinn Morgan and Alma Madsen, the co-founders of Workona are alumni from another K9 ...
Lifehacker
If you do all your work in a browser, you can end up with dozens of tabs in one window. You could open new windows for different projects and shove tabs around, or develop the monk-like discipline to stop opening tabs. Or you could manage them practically by treating your browser like an operating system.
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Chevy
Chevy- Audiovisual and Multimedia Communicator
Hands down the best bookmark manager around. It is available on every single platform, including web browser extensions. It's also visually attractive, with a lot of tools and it's free! You can choose to pay for additional tools though.
Naveen DA
Naveen DA- Co-Founder of Sproworks
Great Product, usable UI
Max Yakin Bozek
Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Been using Raindrop for years after Delicious was spoilt. And still it never let me down, I always recommend it to edit, organise and manage bookmarks.
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AddictiveTips
It's very difficult to imagine a world without bookmarks. Besides the built-in bookmark option in you web browser, there is a whole variety of services, such as Delicious, Pocket and Keeeb, that let you bookmark images, videos and other awesome things you find online.
Cult of Mac
Raindrop.io is a new bookmarking service for Mac and iOS, and the web, and Android. It lets you save your bookmarks into folders, known as Groups, and those bookmarks are then available from anywhere. The main selling point of Raindrop.io seems to be the slick interface, and the myriad beautiful ways you can arrange the bookmarks therein.
NDTV Gadgets360.com
Raindrop.io is a beautiful, powerful - but also slightly confusing - bookmark manager. Most of us probably use the built-in bookmarks mangers on our browsers, but they are fairly limiting. For starters, even if you sync them across devices, your bookmarks are not accessible outside the browser.
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Create, run, package, and share experiments with Electron.

Electron Fiddle lets you create and play with small Electron experiments. Start with a template & choose the version of Electron you want to run it with, and play around. Then, save your Fiddle either as a GitHub Gist or to a local folder. Once pushed to GitHub, anyone can quickly try your Fiddle out by just entering it in the address bar.

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