Raindrop is bookmarks' centerpoint for me. Native bookmarks are still useful, though. I'd prefer them autosynced to raindrop.
Just come to check whether it's under planning or no. Apparently...
Canceling pro subscription until this is available, I think is a great product, but without this feature is similar to pocket
This is one of the features that I got the PRO subscription for. I understand how difficult the code and integration is but this is clearly the most popular feature people want. Maybe reaching out to each platform to see if they could give you some help, as this integration requires some advanced permissions.
Raindrop is already on it's way to being one of the best bookmark managers on the market. Even if updates roll out for browsers one by one, it'd really turn some heads to have this access. Three years and users still want this ONE feature, Mr.Raindrop.
Second this. I want a sync function between Raindrop / firefox / chrome and Safari. I will paid for a PRO subscription just for this!
Totally support this - I am currently switching between EverSync for cross-browser syncing and Raindrop for pure online management. Getting rid of ES and having just Raindrop for everything would be amazing.
I really hope this software can act just like a "sync tool", it can automatically sync bookmarks across all browser. If I add a bookmark in Safari, it can immediately show up in my Chrome. Raindrop can help me sort it alphabetically or something else and it should maintain on the same way across different browsers.
When I want to open a bookmark, I can either open it through Raindrop like currently, or I can open it through browser itself. I don't want to save my bookmarks and export it everyday just to keep them same on different browser.
If Raindrop can realize this function, it will become the best bookmark App and worth to pay because we don't want a new way to open these bookmarks, we just want to "sync" them.
No matter how much functions been added to Raindrop, if it cannot sync automatically, it shouldn't call a "bookmark manager".
"...Without any syncing between the browser's bookmark API and Raindrop.io, it basically becomes just another web page / pinboard with links to your manually exported bookmarks... Where's the value in that?
I do miss Xmarks... R.I.P, you are still needed."
Yes I totally agreed. Actually, I don't need a app for Raindrop just need it can sync across different browser and look like a native bookmarks
I would actually pay a little more to have this if it worked properly