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Rob Mac

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  1. I am new to Evernote (well new to using it regularly) and I was wondering whether I could use it for my bookmarks. I have started many times with different browsers or bookmarking systems and then not kept them up to date, or they have become unusable. Anything that involves to much hard work, even if that is thinking about which folder I keep the bookmark in or what tags to use quickly become a chore that I can do without. I now use the OneTab extension for Chrome. I realise its not meant to be a bookmark manager, but it works for me. I keep bookmarks together grouped by client project I am working on. When I need to switch back to a different project I can just "restore all" the bookmarks to do with that project and they load into Chrome. It allows me to switch between projects and also I don't need to keep dozens of tabs open all at once, which is what I used to do rather than bookmark them. I would imagine OneTab would become unusable if you try and store hundreds of bookmarks. But I find most bookmarks I just need whilst working on a specific project. I can then delete the project in one click along with all the bookmarks when finished. This keeps things tidy. For anything I use regularly I pin to Chrome. For everything else I use Google!
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