A browser extension to eliminate time spent bookmarking, retracing steps to recall an old webpage, or copy-pasting notes into scattered documents. Its name and functionalities are heavily inspired by Vannevar Bush’s vision of a Memex.
Full-Text Search in Bookmarks:
Highlights, Notes & Annotations:
Tags, Lists, Bookmarks
Compatible with your device
Search, annotate and organize what you’ve read online.
An open-source and privacy focused extension to easily annotate, organise and share your online research.
Full-text search pages you annotated and bookmarked.
Highlight and Annotate Websites
Flexible organisation: Tag & Sort pages into collections + tab manager
Share collections of pages and notes with others.
Link to highlights and annotations
Across devices: Save, View & organise your knowledge on iOS and Android
Quick onboarding. No signup necessary. Import from every major bookmarking service
Offline-first. All data is stored on your device. Full Privacy & Open-Source
Backup your data to any of your favourite cloud providers
HOW TO USE
Search: Type in ‘m’ followed by pressing the ‘space’ bar or tab in the address bar.
Annotate: Highlight any piece of text and right click
O rganise: Move with the mouse to the right side of the screen, or click on the little ‘brain’ icon in the extension bar
FEEDBACK and TROUBLESHOOTING
If Memex causes issues, there is this trick as old as computer service people are around:
Have you tried restarting the extension?
You can do so via chrome://extensions.
If a problem persists, keep the extension deactivated and drop by in our help section (above).
When deactivated then does not need RAM or CPU.