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Ask Readers: Tips on Organizing Bookmarks?

Ask Readers: Tips on Organizing Bookmarks?

Our reader, Emre, has sent in a question on bookmark organization:

I have so many bookmarks in Firefox that it’s getting out of hand and becoming difficult to manage. I have done the best I can to organize my bookmarks using folders and sub-folders, but it isn’t enough. I always have those bookmarks that could fit into multiple categories. And if that wasn’t bad enough, I have tons of bookmarks that fit no where else but in my “Miscellaneous.”

Do you have any suggestions on how to organize bookmarks in Firefox? I am looking forward to hearing from you.

How do you organize your bookmarks? Do you have any tips on making yourself efficient on its organization and usage?

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