Apps or services for storing links?

Alina Ihnatiuk
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Can you please tell me where you store links to sites? Browser bookmarks and panels are full. Need a convenient service, possibly in which there will be categories.

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Ira GI
Technology girl, software development
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Alina Ihnatiuk
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@ira_gi thank u! Nice site!
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Matthew Johnson
Co-founder/Taskable, a smart to do list
This is actually my favorite use of Notion because the webclipper works really well, and you can create a links database of things you want to revisit later.
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Alina Ihnatiuk
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@mattcrail thank u!
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Ari Bencuya
COO @ Impressions
I've used a ton of stuff! Pocket Instapaper Evernote Notion I currently prefer Notion, but I also suggest this. 1. Start a WhatsApp group with you and someone close to you called "Cool Links". 2. Kick "your someone close to you" out of the group. 3. Use this as an organized personal message space :). Optional, Leave "your someone close to you" in the group and share links together.
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Alina Ihnatiuk
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@thebencuya thank u!
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Deepa from PLG Works
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@thebencuya I used to be a huge Evernote fan. But now trying out notion, though I am not still there with it.
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Ari Bencuya
COO @ Impressions
@shahdeepa notion grows on you. Nothing like a good bujo though :)
Deepa from PLG Works
Thursday 2.0 launching today πŸš€
@thebencuya My fallback is bujo only when I am in 'getting things done right now' mode.
Ari Bencuya
COO @ Impressions
@shahdeepa This is not always?!??!?!?! GASP!?!?!? Breaks?!?!?! What kind of maker are you? 🀣