Bookmarking for GitHub

Save and organize your favorite GitHub repositories

#2 Product of the DayMay 14, 2017

Bookmarking for GitHub is a chrome extension which enables bookmarking feature for github. Bookmark your favorite repositories and organize them with custom tags.

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Hi, Today we are excited to release a new feature for voblet which enables bookmarking for github. What is this ? A chrome extension which enables bookmarking feature for github. Bookmark your favorite repositories and organize them with custom tags. Download extension : https://chrome.google.com/websto... Why ? In Github star is the only way to save a repository and you cannot organize with custom folders or tags. With voblet you can organize repositories with custom tags. For example, When you find an interesting repository which you want to use for your next side project you can bookmark with 'Side Project' as a tag. View your Bookmarks on github just like stars. Features : * Bookmark your favorite repositories * Organize repositories with custom tags * Bookmark from trending list * Access your bookmarks from your phone Android app : https://play.google.com/store/ap... Know more about voblet at https://voblet.com If you find this useful, star this repository https://github.com/voblet/bookma... so that it reaches people who follow github trending list. This might be useful for them.
So this is advanced technique instead of just `Star`ring the repo?
@edvins_antonovs Yes, it helps you organize repositories with custom tags and has instant search.
@douglasevaristo let us know if you have any feedback to improve the product :)
Cool, I like this. Time to ditch Astral which I use for tagging my Git stars.
Awesome. So far i have been using the bookmarks in the browser and it is becoming so tough to organize !!
@vignesh_tronics thanks vignesh :) . let us know if you have any feedback after using the product. We will improve/fix bugs asap.
@vignesh_tronics take a look at https://www.codingmarks.org/. I use to organise my programming related resources...