What are some apps I can use to store links?

I work in support and we have articles that we send to customers as guides. I'm looking for an easy way to store all the links for quick/easy access.
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    Saved

    The fastest way to save links in the cloud

    Benjamin Powell
    Benjamin PowellFounder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac · Written
    Super simple link saving tool, not much in the way of folder management but fast and easy.
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    saved.io lovely UI, the minimalists' option.
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    Quip 3.0

    Work with people, not files. Now with spreadsheets.

    For sharing within a team, I really like Quip. Can drop all your info into a single doc and share it with the team. We do this often. Also allows us to collab on responses to common questions.
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    Kate
    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub · Written
    I'm on the Community team at Product Hunt and we use Quip all the time. I personally keep a Quip doc of responses / links for "quick replies" to common questions / queries. It's as simple as copying and pasting. Plus, it's really easy to turn the documents into shared, collaborative documents.
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    • Matt Pliszka
      Matt Pliszkaresearching SaaS software @ pickSaaS.com

      Quip enhances the idea of Google Docs with more advanced collaboration functions which is great if you are looking for one place to work and communicate with your team on documents.

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    Refind

    Worth your attention

    Organise your bookmarks by tags. And also great to discover great new content. Though it still only allows to sign up if you are recommended by an already user. I can send free invitations for anyone who wants to register, just send me a tweet @yakinbozek and I will invite you back.
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    • Carlos Herrera
      Carlos HerreraSoftware Engineer, Epicor Software

      I've been using Refind for a week or so and I have read so many good articles. The quality of the posts Refind finds is amazing.

      Sometimes the amount of good links results in lower productivity :/ I'm working on this.

      Kudos on the makers, this is a very useful tool.

    • Arin Basu
      Arin Basudoctor, professor environmental health

      Amazing app, keeps getting better. Superb design aesthetics, works in every browser. I miss a dedicated iphone/android app for refind.

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    Raindrop.io 4.0

    All in one bookmark manager become even better

    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 large collections of bookmarks.
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    • Corey Ward
      Corey Wardentrepreneur

      I used to use Stache for my bookmarks before d3i abandoned the product (despite being paid). Stache was amazing for a couple reasons: when you bookmarked a webpage they captured the HTML and a really good full-page screenshot. They used the HTML to search and to render a preview of the page later if you were offline, and the screenshot was used for a thumbnail and to let you view the page as it was when you captured it, even if it changed or died since then. Alas, syncing broke in Stache a couple years ago and I switched over to Raindrop.

      Raindrop initially had new features coming out frequently. It seemed like they were going to grow fast and start charging money once they had a healthy user base in order to hire on additional people. They did grow fast, but I think the single developer lost interest in developing it so the product stagnated and a traditional support channel never materialized. They did add a paid subscription, but with a modest additional featureset.

      Most unfortunately, Raindrop has failed to figure out how to properly capture and resurface bookmarked pages. Thumbnails are often a small icon from the page blown up into pixelated oblivion and then cropped square. There is a feature to capture a screenshot of a page, but there's zero UI feedback once you opt into it on a given bookmark and it frequently doesn't work. Search is even worse: results are sorted by recency, there isn't an option to use relevancy, and Raindrop doesn't capture page content so only the page title and description are searched. Tags aren't even searched unless you specifically add the hash symbol, making the benefits of tagging limited.

      I'm sure something else will come along and replace Raindrop for me eventually, but for now, I'll continue amassing useful links in an utterly unsearchable form in hopes that they'll suddenly become useful one day.

    • Shae
      ShaeVisual Design Strategist

      I've used this pretty much since it first launched and I really love this app, I use it frequently throughout my day on all my devices. I love that I am able to have various collections, customize them and just really keep my bookmarks synced across devices. It's a handy and very useful app, I highly recommend it.