Bookmarks Tagger is a bookmarks extension for chrome. also, it is bookmarks manager extension. it's a free extension , it has 4,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.21 from 52 rated user, last update is 3899 days ago.
Bookmarks are one of the vital parts of every browser. However, they are only useful if they are organized in a way that makes it easy to find them again. This extension allows you to: - assign tags to your bookmarks - search for the bookmarks in the address bar using the letters "bt" (bookmark tagger) and the tag(s) in the same way as you use the quick search - import your existing bookmarks and tag them - edit, remove bookmarks and tags - browse your bookmarks by their tags You can assign a keyboard shortcut for adding a new bookmark (e.g. Ctrl + D): - go to chrome://extensions - on the bottom of the page, click on "Configure commands" link - assign the keyboard shortcut for "Bookmarks Tagger" extension Bookmarks Tagger has been released under the license GNU GPLv3. Source code is available on https://github.com/furbos/bookmarks-tagger ========= Changelog ========= 1.1.2 - Remove obsolete IndexedDB.setVersion() - Cleanup media files 1.1.1 - Fixed problem with creating stores for new users 1.1 - Fixed problem with saving bookmarks in older versions of Chrome/Chromium (v20 and earlier)
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It does not have option of exporting the bookmarks and it does not sync with chrome bookmarks.
It would be great if you let me know the already created tags while tagging a new BM
I think that this is going to be a big help. I would like to be able to export a list of the tags that I have created [I'd alphabetize them and put them in an index to remind myself of all of the tag categories I've created]. Is this possible? Alternatively, could you tell us where tags are stored, so that we could do this for ourselves? I've "kluged" a way of doing what I want by copy/pasting from the options page, but this is clumsy.