There are probably hundreds of social bookmarking sites online and it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between them all. MyFavi stands it’s own ground by giving users a way to organize all of their bookmarks in a single location. The site also displays these bookmarks visually.
Users can have thumbnail images of all their bookmarks so that they can remember them more easily as they sort through them. Many of us have the problem that as we have bookmarked websites we have forgotten what they look like and don’t feel like opening up each URL individually as we sort through them all. MyFavi seems to be making progress in fulfilling this need because they have received a number of reviews for their service.
They are still in Beta and still have some additional features they intend to add. Some have complained about the site’s layout as well, but are more interested in the bookmarking services they have added. Currently, many of the features are standard to most social media sites. However, users can conveniently organize their menus, data and the themes of their homepage. These services make social bookmarking a more pleasant experience and there are limitations in how these services are offered in sites like Stumbleupon.
Since many social media enthusiasts use a variety of bookmarking services, they will probably be eager to adapt MyFavi as they look for a way to keep their hundreds of bookmarks organized. MyFavi has been started a very small budget, but it already shows a lot of promise. The site could possibly be big hit as they continue to add features and additional services. The founders of the site have created other great services such as the Twitter Gallery.
If you want to see what the site currently looks like, visit their homepage at MyFavi.
Last Updated (23 October 2010)
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