Saving And Organizing Web Pieces With Keeeb

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You often find interesting pieces of information, from videos, images and articles online that you want to save. There are a number of ways to do this: you can use a bookmarking feature that comes with most today’s browsers, or else using social bookmarking sites, like Digg.

But, it is sometimes better to save only particular bits of the webpage rather than the whole content. If this is something you need, we have been exploring a perfect tool that we think fit the bill, called Keeeb. Keeeb is a web tool that allows you to save, organize and share selected parts from a webpage. Let’s take a look.

Getting Started

After creating an account, drag the Keeeb button to your browser bookmark bar, as follow.

If the bookmark bar does not appear in your browser, go to the following menu to enable it.

  • Chrome: View > Always Show Bookmark Bar
  • Opera: View > Toolbars > Bookmark Bar
  • Firefox: View > Toolbars > Bookmark Toolbar
  • Safari: View > Show Bookmark Bar

Next, create Pages (or categories) to organize your saved content.

You can set the Page to private in case you don’t want others to see it. Conversely, you can share your selected materials with peers to work together on. Just click to set the Page as Private or Open.

Start Keeebing

As mentioned, Keeeb allows you to save selected pieces of the webpage; this is called Keeebing.

To start, click on the button at the bookmark bar, then click the object to Save, then select the Page where you want it saved.

What makes it nicer is that Keeeb not only allows you to save image but it also allows you to save embedded video, and selected text.

Conclusion

Overall, Keeeb is a great tool to save and organize bits and pieces of information around the Web. It’s a perfect tool for people who frequently do research, or bloggers that curate inspirational materials and references all over the Web.

Author:

Thoriq is a writer for hongkiat.com. He has been dabbling in Web Design for 7 years and appreciates the giving nature of the web design community at large. He loves trying new things in CSS3 and HTML5. Apart from writing on hongkiat.com he also maintains creatiface.com.

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