Navigate through bookmark folders on a single page
Move between bookmarks in a Chrome bookmark folder with ease, using keyboard shortcuts, context menus or buttons. The next site in the folder will be preloaded while you read the current one. Quickly bookmark HTML links directly in a Read Later folder, from which you can explore with the extension. It offers bookmark management, delete, undelete, import/export links and many other features. It does not connect to any external servers, does not serve ads and it's completely free. Instead of opening a million browser tabs and having everything be slow and low on resources, just bookmark all tabs in a folder, then read them one by one. Instead of having to open all pages you want to bookmark, just right click on links and add them to the Read Later folder. Makes reading the news or doing research comfortable and quick.
- (2020-06-30) Katherine Elizabeth Walker: Fantastic. I suppose I didn't know what I was looking for, but somehow, after trying many ways to manage a previous manic bookmark possession, I tried yet another, siderite. While its name reminds me of orthopedic shoes from my youth, the function of the interface works well in the quest to de-dysfunctionalize the chaos of a few years of bookmarks on various topics of research. It's really quite simple, but I am able to quickly weed through old folder and systematically review by title making it so I can get through much more than attacking the journey on a manual basis.
- (2022-03-28, v:3.0.5) Miriam Abramovitz: Read Link Later in the right click menu of links is opening that link in a new tab in addition to creating bookmark
Read Link Later in the right click menu of links is opening that link in a new tab in addition to creating bookmark. it's just supposed to add the link to bookmark folder "read later". but it's also opening the link in a new tab. why? can you fix please?