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Re: Coordinating Favorites Lists between browsers

Thanks Roy.  This is the one I am trialing out right now and it seems to 
work perfectly.  Thanks again!


"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> __/ [ BG ] on Monday 22 May 2006 17:39 \__
>> I've got three different browsers that I've started using simultaneously
>> over the past 6 months.  I don't usually save a lot of webpages as
>> favorites, but when I'm working on a client web page, I do like to keep a
>> list of competitors websites as well as client customer sites from time 
>> to
>> time dependent of course upon the client.  I have been keeping all those
>> lists in IE just to save confusion, but it would be nice to be able to
>> coordinate so I could save a Favorite from whatever browser I'm currently
>> in
>> to a common favorites file.  So is there any way to sync lists between 
>> say
>> IE and Firefox?  What's a best practices for doing this?  Is there a
>> freeware or shareware program to do this?  TIA
>> BG
> Hi,
> Have a look at the following:
> - http://sourceforge.net/projects/bookmarksync (one among many similar
> solutions for synchronisation)
> - If you use the same browser in different locations, then consider just
> remotely logging in from one computer to another. This enables you 
> toretain
> your profile in a single place
> - Put, centralise, and manage your bookmarks online. Yahoo provide such a
> service. http://del.icio.us likewise, but it's called social bookmarks. I
> even offer that type of service on my domain <
> http://www.schestowitz.com/Bookmarks/social_bookmark/ >, so feel free to
> register and manage it all there. Make use of bookmarklets [1].
> -Lastly, there is the option of exporting all your bookmarks periodically,
> uploading them to some Web space and then accessing them from there.
> Hope it helps,
> Roy
> [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookmarklets
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