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Syncing your Delicious Bookmarks

Filed under: General Linux — at 11:24 am on Friday, December 11, 2009

I’ve written about syncing your bookmarks on Linux before.

I’ve been using the method with GMarks and the Google Toolbar plugin for some time and it works just fine. I also have a Delicious account that I use for work, that I like to access and save book marks to from any computer., this is where SimpleDelicious comes into play.

Simple and seamless delicious bookmarks management from your FireFox browser menu. Unlike others it’s aimed to be simple to use and not bloated with invasive and unnecessary features.

-Add and delete delicious tags/bookmarks from the browser menu, as simple as that

And it really it is, it’s a quick install then enter your account information and you’re good to go. I find the sorting on it is a little strange as it organizes by tags rather than folders, but it works. If you remember where you put something or have a good organizing system (unlike my assortment of random tags that seemed like a good idea at the time) you’ll always be able to find what you’re looking for. You can always use the web front end to search and organize your bookmarks if you have to, but this firefox plugin makes syncing and adding to your delicious bookmarks easy!



Comment by MMA-Fan

December 22, 2009 @ 2:59 pm

So this ill save my bookmarks for me when I am Linux distro hopping? Sounds kind of convenient.

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December 22, 2009 @ 3:36 pm

@MMA-Fan Exactly the point, either Distro Hopping (that’s the first time I’ve heard that) or switching between different workstations.

Comment by NutMotion

January 4, 2010 @ 3:59 pm

Ive been using Delicious for quite some time now, and really can’t do without it !

Don’t know about “SimpleDelicious” plugin for firefox. Im using Yahoo’s Delicious plugin, which Im very happy with.:)

Comment by solarisadmin

January 16, 2010 @ 5:32 am

I’m using the firefox and Delicious extension

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