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    It's 2015. How do you manage bookmarks?

    I have never found a good solution to manage bookmarks/reading list/web programming resource links. I'm set up on Opera, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox on four different machines from work to home to a laptop that I ferry in between. They're on varying versions of Windows, and I also have a Windows Phone. Mainly, I'm collecting web resources to hang on to (things like tutorials, references, etc) as well as a general to-read/follow-up list.

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    I've been using Microsoft's Reading List app, but it hasn't been updated for Windows 10 and doesn't have any plugin integration into the browsers I use. All I'm looking for is something that works cross-browser that I can save bookmarks to and access from a central location. Does such a thing even exist?

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    I’ve been eyeing Pocket. I think I need to just make the jump. Unfortunately, Reading List has no import-export function so I have about 3-400 stranded bookmarks inside. Pocket looks good, though, and Poki seems like a really solid Windows 10 app for managing it.
    Does Pocket have categories/list view? Last time I tried it out it was just a straight grid of posts, which is more reading list-y than bookmarks-y



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    Pocket has both a grid view and a list view. It also supports tagging so you can see your saved links by tag.



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    What the hell are you talking about? Both of those services are reading services primarily. They aren’t designed to be bookmark managers, and I don’t understand why you would use them that way.
    Just use Chrome and sync your shit. Why overcomplicate?



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