I am a very organized person, so if I can bring my organizational needs to the browser with a great add-on – then call me a happy guy. Auto-Sort Bookmarks is a great extension for Firefox that sorts bookmarks alphabetically for you. This extension has options to automatically sort bookmarks, sort the bookmarks bar and specify the sort order. Auto-Sort Bookmarks considers separators, so that it sorts bookmarks between separators.
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I have mentioned Read it Later before. It is a great add-on for anybody that does a lot of browsing but has little time to read everything they want to. I use the service to save various articles or topics I would like to write about on my various blogs but that is only one out of a million ways you can use this great service and Firefox extension.
Tired of right-clicking to get a link to open in a new Firefox tab? Well, with the DblClicker installed – that will be a thing of the past. This simple add-on for Firefox adds double clicking to the list of things you can do in your browser to bring up new links.
Do you remember when picture in picture TV watching was going to be the next best thing? You could watch one show, while another one was going on in the corner of your screen. Well, picture in picture browsing is here and is on Firefox thanks to CoolPreviews. This add-on from the developers of CoolIris is a great browser add-on that will let you preview links and media without leaving the page you are on.
Want to export your bookmarks to a .html file? You can in Firefox with just a few clicks of the mouse. This can come in handy when it comes to syncing your bookmarks with another browser, backing up or moving from PC to PC. Mozilla has made the import and backup options in Firefox brain dead simple.
With the DSBMarks extension for Firefox, you can start to store your bookmarks in a different way. Rather than organizing them by the folders you decide to drop them in – DSBMarks creates a date based hierarchy to sort your new bookmarks for you.
Need to save a list of links, but don’t want to copy each one, one by one, individually? Then you might check out Multi Links. This Firefox add-on will let you open, copy, or bookmark multiple links, rather than having to handle each one individually.
To get started, all you have to do is right-click and hold to drag a box around the links you want to effect or “take action” on. When you release the mouse button, you will have opened, copied and/or bookmarked those links.
Now how do you decide which of those actions you take? You can customize that in the options. Overall, Multi Links is a great add-on that simply adds a lot of functionality to your links and how Firefox relates to them. If you spend a lot of time copying and pasting resources, this is an add-on you can not do without.
Did you know that Firefox comes in handy when it comes to proof reading pages? Using a simple bookmarklet, you can easily enable Firefox’s built in spell checker on any web site.
The first step to take would be to bookmark this link (or drag and drop it onto your bookmarks toolbar).
When the bookmarklet is clicked, Firefox will turn on the built in spellchecker and highlight any misspelled words that are on the page you are currently browsing. You can check for suggested changes too, of course they will not be saved to the page though. This quick bookmarklet does come in might handy though for anybody who spends their time proof reading any online content.
It isn’t often that I find one of these social “all in one” tools that I really like. They are usually lacking in a few areas or tossing so much stuff in my face, I don’t know how to even get started. One place that seems to have learned from the bad and the good to roll out an awesome service is ShareThis.com.
This service makes it super easy to get to sharing just about anything at just about all the biggest bookmarking and social link sharing web sites out there. With the Firefox extension you gain a button for your toolbar that when hit, will pop up a box letting you e-mail the link to others or post it to your diggs, stumble upons and deliciouses of the world.
Another neat feature I have yet to see anywhere else is the ability to scan your contacts at MySpace, Facebook, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail, GMail, AIM and others so that when you send a link to a friend, you can pick exactly how it is sent to them an via which platform you’d like to send it.
If you don’t want to have to install the extension, you can also gain a lot of the same features by adding the bookmarklet to your links as well. All in all, I would say that ShareThis is a winner and one of the more impressive Firefox additions I have seen in a while.