Zave

Save and share your favourite & most visited websites

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Save your most commonly used websites for personal reference or share them with the world

Reviews

 
  • Anna FilouTech Geek, Web Designer
    Pros: 

    very useful, great UI, what I've been wanting for years

    Cons: 

    issues recongnizing favicons, you can't use an image URL as the icon source, it has to be uploaded, you can't change the order of groups

    Overall a very nice website, hope it becomes super popular. I've been saving my bookmarks with descriptions on Google Keep and as you can imagine that has gotten very cluttered. This should solve the issue but is still a bit rough around the edges.

    Anna Filou has used this product for one day.

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Jamie PeakMaker@jamiepeak · Designer & Front-end developer
Hey producthunters!! A big thanks to @tchret for hunting us! I'm super excited to announce Zave. Save your most commonly used websites for personal reference or share them with the world! I created Zave as I wanted to save and share my most commonly used websites, I found plenty of bookmarking tools but none that had a share option that allowed me to share (if I choose) content via a online profile. I see this a being a big bonus for Zave, I know I would love to see what the influential people in our community find useful and are reading on a daily basis. With Zave this is now an option, you can create a group (eg called reading list), make it public and share links to that group, these would then be visible to world via your Zave profile. Feel free to check out a public group on my profile: https://zave.co/jamiepeak All groups and private by default but take just one click to make them public on your profile. Road map: - Browser extensions to make saving a website a one click process. - Team accounts that would teams to invite team members and share websites privately or publicly. (How awesome would it be to see what bigger companies are reading and sharing with their teams!) Enjoy!!
Binoy Xavier Joy@binoyxj · Technology Evangelist | Artist 🎨
@jamiepeak Is there a way to pull iOS and Play Store app icons? To create an app list 😀
Jamie PeakMaker@jamiepeak · Designer & Front-end developer
@binoyxj not at the moment I'm afraid, you can manually change the icon when saving but that could become time consuming when creating a large list. Targeting the actual app icon on the AppStore is definitely something I can look at. 🙂🙌
Binoy Xavier Joy@binoyxj · Technology Evangelist | Artist 🎨
@jamiepeak Yes, please 🙂
Babken Karapetyan@babken_karapetyan · Innovation is a Memetic Evolution
Great, well done
Jamie PeakMaker@jamiepeak · Designer & Front-end developer
@babken_karapetyan Thanks Babken, much appreciated! 🙂🙌
Vance@v_s_design
I really want to love this product but... -No nested folders -UI is too large to be functional -Sharing is non-existent as I can only make a group private -Favicons are not showing as the link image This is a great idea with some pretty UI but its not really functional.