Welcome to bmarks. This is a bookmarking website that organizes your links using tags instead of categories.
You can import your bookmarks from Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer, as long as they're in the Netscape bookmark format. Your directories will be converted to tags automatically. If you have a bookmark inside the folders "Photography -> Music" it'll get the tags "Photography" and "Music". If you have a bookmark inside the folders "Music -> Photography", it will get the tags "Photography" and "Music" as well.
That's the link to your bookmarked site. If you copy and paste it, the title will be fetched from the page automatically and added to the Name field as long as it is blank.
Comma or space separated tags for your bookmark. "music, songwriting, people" tags a bookmark as "music", "songwriting" and "people". So does "music songwriting people". So does "music, songwriting people"!
When you add a bookmark, you can write a description for it using Markdown syntax.
You can sort bookmark listings by name or by date (most recent first).
The description for a bookmark is hidden by default and can be seen by clicking on
expand all will expand all descriptions, and
collapse all will close all of them.
If you set your profile to public, everyone can see your bookmarks unless they're tagged as "private".
If you prefix a tag with a dot, like ".notsosecret", bookmarks tagged with it won't show up if another user's browsing your tags or bookmarks, but you can still share links to that tag.
If you set your profile to private, nobody can see your bookmarks unless they're tagged as "public".
If you need anything or have a suggestion just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Marks is open-source software built with Python and Django. You can find all the code at GitHub.