Five Point Oh
I'm not sure I've ever gone from finding out about a service's existence to becoming a paid subscriber of said service as fast as I did with Raindrop.
- It should probably be somewhat alarming that the official blog's last post was from March.
- Not just an "All-in-one bookmark manager" but in fact a curatorial tool.
- Had difficulty parsing HTML exports from the Discord Reading List, which is understandable.
- I suppose I would love implementation of keyboard shortcuts, but I completely understand how miniscule that must seem in the modern developer's mind.
- Well I'll be darned! Keyboard shortcuts are a "planned" addition as of this moment!
That is... scraping and/or capturing the contents of one's bookmarked webpages as thoroughly as possible.
- Notably - separate from Google Search's caching and Safari's localizing Reading List - Raindrop's page capturing process seems to be designed to craft the "Permanent Copy" final product to be as indistinguishable from its living web counterpart as possible, almost like archive.org's.
- The ability to add descriptions and/or other metadata to public collections would definitely add some context for anyone who just stumbles across them.
- ...as would custom URLs for public collections, but I realize that's probably a very big ask.