Webmarks is the term we use for bookmarks. When you create a new webmark, the title and description are fetched automatically, and you will be notified if you save a duplicate website. A note can be added instead of the description to give personalised information about each webmark.
To keep everything organised, webmarks can be sorted into groups, added to a button, and tagged. There is also a comprehensive search function that includes the web address, title, note and tags. This makes sure that you will always find the webmarks you are looking for.
Transfer all your browser bookmarks from your computer to your Buttons account using the Import tool.
To keep the transition organised, the website descriptions are fetched automatically and any broken links and duplicate bookmarks will be highlighted. You can then browse through all the imported bookmarks and choose which folders and websites you want to save.
Use one of our tools to add any website you are visiting to your webmarks without leaving the page! The webmark tool can be used on most web browsers and mobile devices.
If you use Google Chrome on your computer, you can install our browser extension for an enhanced user experience.
Buttons is a web application. This means that all your webmarks and buttons are stored on the cloud, and can be accessed from anywhere you are by signing into your account.
If you use a shared computer, you will have personal access to your bookmarks with no one snooping around.
*The comparison was made with the feature list of the majority of web browsers, and not with any one specific browser. Features of specific web browsers may have changed since the time this list was created.