Bookmark OS: Web App Now Features Notes Creation and Time Filtering

SEATTLE — Bookmark OS, the smart bookmark web app announced today that it now offers Notes and Time Filtering to make the process of bookmarking your favorite web pages even more convenient.

Bookmark OS is an intuitive and elegant bookmark manager that lets you organize, sort, and browse your bookmarks just like files on your desktop.

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So What’s New?

With Notes, users can easily save text by clicking an icon on the home page and typing in a simple text editor while Time Filters help users surface time sensitive bookmarks. These tools enhance and simplify the user’s bookmarking experience whether they are using Bookmark OS as an individual or collaborating with friends, colleagues, classmates, or students. In addition to Notes creation, Time Filter measures are now live. The filters will allow bookies to search for bookmarks based on a customized date range. The bookmarks that don’t fall within their given range will be filtered out and not displayed. Options such as “last day”, “last month”, “last six months” and “ last year” are some available options to choose from.

Bookmark OS, an ad-free, browser-based bookmarking platform launched in 2016 by Seattle-based developer David Lynam, harnesses Artificial intelligence (AI) to help users more efficiently organize their bookmarks. The web-based platform not only utilizes familiar visual cues for ease-of-use but enhances the user’s experience with advanced customization tools and machine learning. Bookmark OS learns from your activities, enhances your experience by offering folder suggestions, organizing data and improving bookmarking flexibility and the platform usability. Bookmark OS is a responsive website and can be used on your laptop, phone, or tablet.

According to Lynam, Adding standalone notes is a natural progression of the product. Many users have asked for a simple way to just save text, so having a simple text editor will allow users to leverage the organizational features of Bookmark OS for notes in tandem with their bookmarks.

As for time filters, a common bookmarking scenario is to bookmark something that you want to revisit sooner rather than later. Lynam says, “Time-based filters will allow users to focus on bookmarks created during a recent period such as last week or last month to make it easier to find revisit-worthy bookmarks.”

What’s Wrong with Standard BookmarkingTools?

Despite the many advances in how users browse the internet, bookmarking applications have seen few, if any updates since their introduction. “They generally work” one Bookmark OS user said, “but once you fill up the bookmark bar, or try and keep bookmarks organized on more than one computer, things start to feel disorganized and it gets daunting.”  This lack of usability makes the browser’s internal bookmark tool unattractive, clunky and ineffective. A quick search shows a panoply of videos and articles on bookmark organization. Clearly, bookmark management is still a problem in need of a solution.

Lynam said:

I developed Bookmark OS out of my own frustration with the available bookmarking services.

He added, “They all felt dated, with clunky user interfaces and I found it difficult to keep things organized and find what I had bookmarked. Bookmark OS solves these problems with its intuitive and elegant interface, AI-driven folder suggestions and more.”

The Value of  Efficient Bookmarking Tools

Living in an age where people are exposed to more information than they can absorb, bookmarking is key to organization. We are literally bombarded with data overload resulting in a number of tabs left open for content we’re genuinely interested in. The tabs and bookmarked pages soon slip our minds causing a waste of space and time. Our demanding fast-paced society makes even an extra five seconds crucial to success or failure. The last thing employees, students, and professionals want to add to their regimen is figuring out how to properly use the bookmark manager. This would only place added pressure on the user but Bookmark OS streamlines bookmarking activity with its familiar, easy to understand dashboard with updated features for contemporary use.

It’s basically free!

For a limited time, the subscription fee is only $1/per month, $12 a year. For this low introductory rate, users can better manage their time and tasks with a bookmark manager that adapts to their needs. The promotion ends July 1, after which the fee will go up to $24 a year

Try your live demo of Bookmark OS for free now!

Notes to Editors and Reporters

Please contact Anne Howard from the AH Marketing Group to obtain your press account for testing and to schedule an interview with David Lynam, CEO of Bookmark OS. Anne can also supply you with a competition chart.

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