Community poll: How do you access your bookmarks?

Open book with a bookmark string

Last week we asked, whether you liked Valentine’s Day and it turns out most of you don’t really care about this holiday.

This week we’re returning to a Vivaldi related question. Vivaldi has a lot of ways to access and manage bookmarks and from a poll we did a while a go, we know most of you have hundreds, if not thousands of them. So this week we’d like to know, which is your favourite way to open your bookmarks in Vivaldi.

How do you access your bookmarks?

  • Bookmarks Bar (25%, 23 Votes)
  • Speed Dial (23%, 21 Votes)
  • Bookmarks Panel (20%, 18 Votes)
  • Quick Commands (9%, 8 Votes)
  • Address field (9%, 8 Votes)
  • Bookmarks Menu (8%, 7 Votes)
  • I don't use bookmarks (4%, 4 Votes)
  • Bookmarks Manager (2%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 91

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5 replies on “Community poll: How do you access your bookmarks?”

  1. “I don’t use bookmarks” because they are inaccessible on my iPhone, and at those times I have to use some other browser. I save them all on a custom web page, accessible _anywhere_! And the protected ones are in LastPass, also accessible anywhere.

    Just had a thought… Sync already has the ability to store and share bookmarks. Could it have an option to share them with a custom web page, that would log into sync like another computer, but be accessible anywhere? Either on my host, or actually hosted by Vivaldi? Would make adding new bookmarks to the custom page so much easier!

  2. Why solely one choice? I was prepared to select the three methods I use. The forced single choice does not accurately represent methods used.

  3. The absolute only thing that I prefer to use in any other browser is Opera’s bookmark system. I know there are big similarities between Vivaldi’s and Opera’s but I have a genetic eye disease that is causing me to lose my vision and the way Vivaldi includes a snapshot of the front page instead of putting a name or attaching a favicon makes it difficult for me to see and completely ruins the Speed Dial for me.

    That is my -only- complaint with Vivaldi!

    While I would like to be able to access my bookmarks in a more visual way the current bookmarking system as it stands is exceptionally suited to how I use the feature.

    My bookmarks structure is as follows:

    Bookmarks
    –>The Web (This folder is my Bookmark Bar)
    –> ToDo
    –> Projects

    I have just a few folders so I can keep track of current projects and pressing tasks. Any bookmark that isn’t one of these things goes in the Bookmarks folder.

    Anytime I bookmark something I include a number of comma separated tags in the description and usually some kind of relevant nickname that will (hopefully) help me find the bookmark again. I find all of my Bookmarks using the Address Bar.

    The way the address bar works is absolutely vital to everything I do! Don’t change anything!

    If there was one feature I could suggest it would be a way to organize bookmarks in bulk and sort them by DATE or DOMAIN. And since I only want to organize bookmarks in my Bookmarks folder (not the other subfolders) I would love to see this enabled on a folder by folder basis.

    Lastly I am not quite sure what it is that makes Opera’s bookmarks and speed dials so different but I find that handling bookmarks in bulk in Opera is easier than in Vivaldi. I am not quite sure why.

    No matter my preference for Opera’s implementation of this feature I have been massively more productive and happy using Vivaldi than I ever was using Opera.

    Thanks for all your hard work!

  4. I don’t really use bookmarks, but when I do it’s primarily speed dial (Vivaldi) and bookmarks bar (Firefox/Icecat). I primarily know where I want to go and just type the web address straight in.

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