TabsFolders

Organize and share your bookmarks across any browser

TabsFolders allows users to organize and share bookmarks across any browser and share thousands of bookmarks with friends or colleagues in just 2 clicks, backup all bookmarks automatically, making switching between projects effortlessly.
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Would you recommend this product?
6 Reviews5.0/5

I'll recommend it to friends

Pros:

A fantastic tool! Great work and good luck Kamil with further development!

Cons:

I wish I knew it earlier :)

Works well if you are addicted to opening tabs... like me 😅

Pros:

Works well across multiple browsers. I use Safari and Chrome.

Cons:

Dark mode would be nice

This looks like something I would've killed for a few years ago, but I don't think this looks different enough (or free enough, haha) to move me from Toby. Just substitute 'folders' for 'collections' 🤷‍♂️
@deejtulleken I was waiting a long time for Toby to release their paid plan, hoping better functionality for team collaboration. That's why I moved towards TabsFolders.
@deejtulleken Thanks for the comment. What features would make it "different enough" for you; we will eagerly add them to the roadmap :)
@chris_moore1 out of interest, what is your team's use case for this kind of tool? @kbukala To be clear, if Toby was paid and I was already using TabsFolders, I would say the same thing about Toby (i.e. not different enough to move me). Maybe that's because I don't understand the enterprise pitch. I know what this is doing for individuals and power users, but if this is solving a regular problem for teams, I've never encountered it before. Different enough to both switch to and then pay for too? I don't have any real frustrations with Toby, so that's tricky, but if I could swap views between your folder tree, a draggable card-based interface like Toby, and a slightly better version of the tab snapshots in TooManyTabs, that would be pretty cool. OneTab also makes it simple to export a tab group as a web page, which I find quite useful. There are a couple of other things I can think of, but you might find them outside of your intended halo of functionality. Basically some kind of Frankenstein's monster of a tab management system would lure me in. Hopefully it would end the following conversation that I have every few months with another friend or colleague: COLLEAGUE: What the-- why do you have 110 tabs open?! ME: I've been looking at 110 pages. COLLEAGUE: You're going to crash your computer. ME: Most of them are suspended with The Great Suspender. COLLEAGUE: Okay, but you can't tell which one is which. ME: I can browse and search tabs using TooManyTabs. COLLEAGUE: Okay, but what about when you need to close 60 of them and save 50 of them? ME: I use Toby or OneTab. ...and so on.
@chris_moore1 @deejtulleken For enterprise we have the sharing feature and soon rolling out team synchronization. In the meantime you can right click on a folder of bookmarks and click the share button. This creates a webpage with the links that your team members can import into their TabsFolders or simply click on from the shared page. The use case is you did research on a topic, with 20 bookmarks and instead of copying 20 links; just share with 3 clicks and send to your colleagues or add to a task note in the task management system you use. (the OneTab functionality you mention). As for Snapshots in TooManyTabs and cards and cards / tree interface we are definitely adding it to the features roadmap. As for the conversation with your colleague you can do this with TabsFolders and The Great Suspender currently - use it myself. In TabsFolders you can select the tabs like files in Finder or Explorer and just drag and drop them to a folder to save, and share with the your colleague :)
Awesome product!!!
@raph1978 Thanks Rafal, glad you like the TabsFolders. Looking forward to making it even better!
@raph1978 If you have any ideas for improvements we would be grateful!
Simply yet effective!!
@dayna_comfort Thank you Dayna :) If you have any ideas for what improvements you would like we would love to hear them.