Rons WebLynx is a Windows desktop application, for organizing and managing bookmarks. Bookmarks are stored in WebLynx documents on the local computer, so are not 'shared' in the cloud and do not rely on third party storage.
Ideal for research, marketing, or just organizing a lot (1000's) of links. Nowadays, almost everyone can do with a good bookmark manager as the internet has become part of our daily lives - you typically don’t realize you need a bookmark manager until you start using one.
WebLynx combines power, elegance and ease of use, and is full of features like automatic link checking to make it a great tool for anyone who uses the Internet.
Links are organized using well known folder and tag concepts, and have additional Views to quickly check new, broken and duplicate links (and more).
Searches can be done in folders, or across tabs, or both, and folders and tags can be collected into Groups to create custom views.
The built in browsing/reading panels add convenience when checking links, and all of this is clearly presented in a logical way.
Getting links into WebLynx could not be simpler:
Export links with their tags and folders, or export the link Content (reading view).
Export to File or Clipboard, in the following formats HTML, XML, Linker Exchange or Content.
WebLynx is about automation power.
Aside from the automatic checks that are done on all links periodically, any number of selected links can be re-checked, cleaned and organized. Folders and tags have options like 'Merge' or 'Remove Empty'.
Groups show collections of folders and tags, and Automatic filing performs movement or removal of links based on configurable rules.
RSS feeds are automatically extracted from linked web pages, and listed in the Link Information panel. To make things even easier the 'Page with Feed' View shows all pages that contain feeds.
Feeds can be added to any folder as an Active Folder, then merged into one or more feed 'In-boxes' using Groups.
Use the Web Browser integration available for Google Chrome, Edge, Brave and Firefox to send links directly into WebLynx so your browsing is not disturbed by switching to another application.
Links come into WebLynx in a place called the 'Landing Zone', which is a side panel shared between all open WebLynx windows, so that links can be filed appropriately.
Just great application to store links and add notes to them etc... great for people like me who constantly need to browse the internet for their job.
Why not give it a try? The download is free and the installation simple.