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Adding links and RSS feeds to foldier

Another great feature of the new version of foldier is the so called ‘bookmarklet‘ that allow to add page links and RSS feeds from within your browser with few clicks of your mouse.

Installation

First you need to install the bookmarklet. In your own foldier home page follow the link ‘Get the Bookmarklet’ on the right side of the screen. The installation is super easy if you are on Firefox, Safari or Opera.
Just drag and drop the ‘Add to foldier‘ button in the center of the page in your bookmarks toolbar.

Add bookmarklet in Safari

In Internet Explorer you need to right-click on the ‘Add to foldier‘ button from the bookmarklet installation page and select ‘Add to favorites’. Pick “Links” as target for your favorite and press OK.

Add bokmarklet in IE

Use

Now – while you navigate – you can just click ‘Add to foldier‘ (now in your bookmarks toolbar) and save the page or the embedded RSS feeds to your account in foldier.

Try with this url: http://www.spreadfirefox.com. You will see a popup window appear and you can select the page or the RSS feed embedded. If you click on the page link, you can then add tags and description.

Add to Foldier in Firefox

Last, but not last, when you add a link you can also decide to share it with some of your contacts in foldier. Click on the ‘Share‘ checkbox. It is easier then copy and paste to an email and allows the recipients to add comments on your share directly within foldier.

After adding your link and you go back to foldier.com you will find notifications in your flash feed:

Flash alert for a new bookmark

Enjoy!
Michele

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  1. January 15, 2009 at 9:57 am

    It’s incredibly easy and powerful!
    Great feature!!!
    😀

    Using the bookmarklet I never miss a content on web,
    because I can add web links, images, videos, rss or whatever to my foldier account,
    and I can retrieve them whenever I need in a super-fast way.

  1. December 1, 2008 at 3:28 pm

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