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We make the world’s most unique bookmarks. It’s not only a bookmark; it’s also a source of humor, hilarity, and a great conversation starter! Consider the cute little legs protruding from your book! And be prepared for your book to become the subject of everyone’s attention!
Shipping method:• All packages are sent via registered international airmail. It has a tracking number (it will be sent in e-mail notification). Each shipment comes with a delivery confirmation number. Please note that for foreign registered airmail, some local postal services do not have online monitoring. Post from the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Australia, for example. As a result, I can only monitor your package while it is in Ukraine.
Term & Delivery Time:• Shipping takes approximately 21-30 business days. Please keep in mind that transit times will differ based on your position and customs processing, so I can’t guarantee an exact arrival time. Customers are responsible for all costs, taxes, and duties associated with shipping and purchasing to their respective countries. Packaging:• Each bookmark is individually wrapped in a gift box• Your package will arrive in a durable cardboard box• Including notes, cards, and delivering gifts directly to the recipient is always appreciated. Please contact us if you have any special requests.
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I’ve been looking for something similar since I’ve discovered that Edge works better on my Surface Pro than Chrome. Chrome is still my preferred desktop browser, but I’d like Edge to sync with my Chrome bookmarks when I use it. Although XBrowser Sync does not yet support Edge, it is the only one that I’ve noticed that has it on its roadmap. I’ve saved their website and will return to see if they’ve released something. Meanwhile, I’m trapped in the world of monthly syncing by hand. #download https://www.xbrowsersync.org I’m not familiar with XBrowser sync, so I can’t comment on its capabilities or dependability.
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It performs admirably. I use Safari on my computer, so I can quickly add bookmarks from my mobile web browsing thanks to the sharing extension it adds. All is backed up to iCloud and syncs seamlessly through all of my Apple devices. It also allows me to tag each bookmark, enabling me to easily scan and sort through a large number of bookmarks.
Thank you very much, Yaser! Thanks for the link; I haven’t tried HistoryHound yet. Based on their website, it appears that they just check your browsing history and bookmarks. It’s awesome that they support all big browsers.
Histre seeks to assist with the whole “information funnel,” as it were. It facilitates our everyday online research (i.e. the explore -> filter -> decide loop). It reduces friction in taking notes on links you’re looking at, for example, by offering free-form tags that you don’t have to build first and other small conveniences. It’s also quick to organize notes into notebooks and share them with teams. In short, Histre makes your life simpler when you need to look at a bunch of links for something (deciding on your next holiday — after this virus, of course), people to recruit, content for your next blog post, and so on. But this is just the beginning of what Histre has planned.