WebSatchel

Copy and save web pages to your own personal archive

WebSatchel is a web extension that allows users to save highly accurate copies of web pages, store them on googles cloud and search for them on the WebSatchel website. Free to use and new users get 1 gigabyte of free storage. New features added regularly such as highlighting which allows for quick and easy referencing. Start saving pages today!

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Hey guys, I've been working on WebSatchel for well over a year and I made it to help people save the pages that mattered to them. I was tired of not being able to find the same page I found at an earlier time during critical moments. Now you can save just about any page exactly the way you saw it and even highlight the parts that are most important for quick referencing. I want anyone whose ever worried about closing tabs to know that they can access the pages they worked hard to find. I give everyone who makes an account a free gigabyte of storage to save all the pages you want. When you save a page, WebSatchel indexes all the words on that page so you don't have to remember what words were in the title, just any string of words that you can remember. The service works best if you use it often. Save any page you visit that you might want to comeback to. If a page doesn't save you can report it and we will actively work on fixing the issue. Personally, I used it to save any Black Friday deals I found while shopping around online. Hope you guys enjoy the service and don't hesitate to leave comments and feedback as we are actively working on making the service better and easier to use. New features are coming soon such as being able to save all your currently open tabs into a "Collection" and open them back up whenever you want! Thanks guys for the support! And happy Satcheling!
@igor_kuzmin1 This is awesome! I've been looking for something like this for quite a while! I hope you offer a subscription model soon so you can offer this far into the future. I'd be willing to pay $3 per month (or $30/year) indefinitely for something like this. I know it's not much, but it's also not something I really *need*. It's just kind of nice to have. I look forward to your future progress!
Thank you so much for the feedback David! The subscription model is out now and currently priced at $7.99 a month $6.39 for 3 months (20% off) or $4.79 for a whole year (40% off) Just visit the website and if you made an account and click on “my account” then on “go premium” (requires a confirmed email) you should see it. But I will definitely consider lowering it to something closer along your lines since you do bring up some very valid points. Thanks again I really appreciate the feedback.
@igor_kuzmin Let me know if you lower the price and I'll consider subscribing. Good luck either way!