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Helios- Gunes EROL wrote:yes, however there we're using local disks susceptible to failure.. while on bookmarks they're sync'd with the server
But After I face similar issue like yours I started to keep documentation ID as txt.
also the availability on other pcs because of this sync..
for instance, once my laptop completely crashed and would not even boot.. i had over 40 tabs open in 5 different firefox windows.. they gave me a new laptop and i just downloaded my plugins and yanked all these open tabs, synchronized over 700 bookmarks.. and i continued to work on the same projects i was on..
so if a solution for using firefox bookmarks on new MOS comes up, then i will share more reasons.. and you will love it.
its also very convinient to be on the browser and choose a url from the browser instead of hunting for the right folder and the right notepad and the right note id.. then taking it to the browser.. i'm sure you agree with me how its annoying to work like this these days..
so my intention of starting this thread is-
1. if there comes up a workaround for firefox bookmarks working on the new MOS, then i'll share more about how i organize, use, sync and restore my bookmarks
2. else there may be other ways that many smart people out there might be using.. they can share their own ways.. and we all can learn..
i'm sure there are people in this forum itself, Hussein Sawwan for example always has notes handy for any issue at hand.. i'm sure he uses his own ways..
Nayas wrote:yes, thats a smart way to sync.. or rather rsync :) i suppose you're using fedora or a flavour of linux.. instead of rsync, you can also do a dropbox start -i
I also have a .docx with all notes i come across.
I simply rsync that document to my dropbox storage / gmail storage.
but lets try to come up with ideas for manageability, accessibility and scalability of bookmarks..
as we all know how we're reliant on these doc ids which are constantly updated by MOS..