Quickly find and open bookmarks with fuzzy finder and folder support.
A Chrome extension for people with a lot of bookmarks.
Use keyboard commands and a fuzzy finder to open bookmarks, taking advantage of your bookmarks folders to find what you're looking for. Start typing the name of a bookmark, or the name of folder in the bookmark's path. The list will update as you type with bookmarks that match the current search. The search is inspired by fuzzy finder capabilities in Visual Studio, Atom, Sublime Text, and other text editors.
- Use ⌘+E to open a fuzzy finder
- Press ⬇️ or ⬆️ to navigate the results bookmarks.
- Press Enter to open a selected result.
The extension searches for any bookmarks that include the letters of your query IN ORDER. There may be other characters in the bookmark path, but as long as the letters of your search are in order it will count as a match. This way you can see the results as they appear and add more letters to further narrow your search.
Example: "le" matches "souffLE" or "LEmon" or "chocoLatE"
The folder path is included in the bookmark name, so you can make use of your folder organisation to find bookmarks.
Example: "h/r/piz" matches a bookmark at "Home/Recipes/Pizza Dough"
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- Bookmarks: So you can list and search your bookmarks
- Tabs: So you can open bookmarks in tabs and search existing tabs