Toby is the new kid on the block. It’s a browser extension that helps you organize your tabs on every new page. You can use it in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera.
Quick view of Toby
To use this tab manager, create a collection and drag any open tabs from the right into a collection. Toby stores your tabs locally on your computer but we recommend creating a Toby account. Hereby, you activate sync and a ton of extra features like sharing. You also get the ability to restor your service, so you’ll never lose a collections or tab again.
If I had to be critical about this extension, it would have to be the rate at which they introduce new updates. The latest one dates from 2018, so it’s obvious that the creator (who simply calls himself ‘Arthur’) hasn’t given a high priority to this bookmark manager.
While the emphasis still rests on bookmarks, Toby also has a bigger ambition. They don’t like the word Bookmark, it seems. So the developer seems eager to head into Evernote territory. Or Trello, Github, Dropbox. At any rate, it’s not clear why any company should entrust their most precious knowledge resources to this SAAS solution.
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- Free to use. There is no payment system attached to this extension.
- Website: gettoby.com
- Blog: gettoby.com/blog
- Twitter: @tobyfortabs
- Facebook: facebook.com/TobyForTabs