Up until recently, my method for organizing stuff online was to send an e-mail to myself with the link of what I needed or wanted to do whether it was a craft, recipe, tip, etc. I would then archive those e-mails into the related folders and then rarely, if ever, see them again.
Before today, I had never heard of clipix, but it sounds like just the thing that would help me keep organized. You drag a bookmark to your toolbar in your web browser and when you see something online that you want to keep, or remember, or make sure to do, you "clip" it and add it to your clipboards. You can make clipboards for anything and there are also Syncboards where you can clip collaboratively with your friends and see what they are clipping in real time.
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One feature I like is that you can customize your privacy settings so you can limit or permit how public you want your clipboards to be. I've just started an account and am interested to see how it works. I've already clipped a few sites and love that when it's clipped it automatically inserts the name of the site and post into the description which saves me time from having to type it out every time I clip something. I also like that I can log in with my Twitter account which means one less password I have to remember!
What do you think you would use clipix for? Go check it out today and let me know what you think!
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