Bookmark Tags is an antisocial bookmark tagging.
Bookmark Tags provides a different way of looking at your bookmarks: they're "tagged" by the folders that contain them. Folders in different parts of the bookmarks hierarchy with the same name represent the same tag. Bookmark Tags therefore lets you manage your bookmarks in a non-hierarchical way.
When you add a bookmark, instead of choosing the one folder to put it in, you choose the tags you want to give it and Bookmark Tags files the bookmark for you. When you want to recall a bookmark, instead of hunting for it through folders and subfolders, you browse by tags, using them like a sieve to filter out unwanted bookmarks.
Features: Your existing bookmarks are already tagged. Tag clouds. Autocompletion when you type tags. Two ways to browse with your tags, a menu and a sidebar. Tag bookmarks or add them normally. No ultimate reliance on Bookmark Tags. Bookmark Tags creates no new files.
┬· Firefox: 2.0 – 2.0.0.*
What's New in This Release:
┬· Tag menu.
┬· Tag lists.
┬· Related tags can be viewed when tagging bookmarks.
┬· Option to reset the query on sidebar close.
┬· Preferences window improved.
┬· Help button next to tag inputs.
┬· Increased spacing between tag labels in clouds.