Have the option on right/secondary click on a collection name to open all tabs in a collection at once in separate tabs. Toby for Chrome can do this (hint, hint)
@Rustem Mussabekov: This would be excellent. I think the current (beta) settings are a bit confusing, screenshot attached.
Bookmarks ARE links, aren't they? They are not articles, so the wording here is confusing.
The expected behavior when I see these options, is that I want links (which are Bookmarks) to NOT open a preview panel, but open in a new browser tab. And articles, I want to open in a Preview.
Does that make sense?
@Reony Tonneyck: what does this Including Links feature do, the wording is confusing.
@Shashank: exactly my point!! 😂 Where is the admin/developer for commenting on this?
As I said before, isn't saving a link/bookmark the same exact thing??
1. So as I asked before, what is the difference between these two options? @Rustem Mussabekov
2. What is the difference between a Link and a Bookmark in Raindrop. In a browser, a link IS a bookmark! 🤔
Also, if you disable the top switch, the second switch's label changes to "Open bookmarks in new tab" which NOW makes sense to me. It opens the links in the browser, not Raindrop.
BUT if I enable the first option, the second option changes back to "Including Links". So if I'm understanding this correctly, if I have "Including Links" enabled, is it supposed to keep me in Raindrop if I click a link WITHIN the Preview window, on the page I'm viewing?
For example: If I go to an article/bookmark (in Raindrop), then click a link within that article in Raindrop, it's supposed to keep me in Raindrop, not open the browser.
If that is what's supposed to happen, then it's not working. Clicking a link within the Preview window while "Including Links" is enabled, still opens my browser. @Rustem Mussabekov
@Reony Tonneyck: the pro plan has a file upload feature like images, docs; so maybe including links relates to that , just guessing.
@Shashank: no that's not it. Adding a Link is the default action, even on the free plan. See here:
To be able to select multiple bookmarks at once by using a drag-select interaction (same as native drag mouse and select multiple items on e.g desktop) and being able to open all selected bookmark items in the browser at once.
Thanks in advance!
Just like the feature in the bookmark manager extension "Toby", it would be great if Raindrop can save all open tabs in a window to a section in organiser named as "Browsing sessions".
Selecting individual items in a collection, clicking "more" then clicking "open all" is quite a distance to go when, more often than not, I just want to open the whole collection.
I suggest adding a right-click option to the collection itself to "open all"