in Productivity

How I Bookmark Webpages

I’ve recently found a system to bookmark pages on the web that I like or love or find interesting or want to refer to in the future.

I used to use Chrone’s native bookmarking feature, I felt it was the natural thing to do since I’ve used Chrome for the last 4 years. That’s quite some time. I just never got down to keeping track of the sites I love properly.

Anyway, that system was really messy, and more often than not, I couldn’t find the bookmarked pages when I needed them. I either forgot to bookmark them when I was supposed to, or they got lost in the mess of bookmark folders.

I’ve since discovered a new bookmarking service, called Kippt. It’s a clever pun on kept I think. And I really think that it does its job really well. That’s on top of the fact that it has a really nice user interface. I like pretty things. Back to the topic, I’ve been using Kippt for the past 2 months and I haven’t looked back since.

In my opinion, a good bookmarking service should be easy to use, have a good user interface, and have social sharing functions. I like the idea of being able to share my bookmarks with anyone with the click of a button.


I also like that Kippt has a simple Chrome extension that allows me to bookmark sites, drop them into separate folders, add notes and tags, and even share on Twitter or Facebook. All this without needing to access the webapp.

What do you use to keep track of your bookmarks? Do you have a system? If you don’t have one, give Kippt a try. It’s free!

You can also check out what I’ve bookmarked on Kippt or Tweet me.