Most web bookmarking tools have a fatal flaw, which is that they require you to bookmark a link rather than a specific page element or piece of content. This ends up causing people to waste time, as they click on each bookmark individually to search for whatever content (like a photo or a chart) they really intended to save. Keeeb does things differently, providing users with a web-clipping tool that they can use to save text, images, or video content in their own organized portfolios.
Create a Keeeb account, install the bookmarklet tool, then go back to surfing the web just as you always have. When you come across content you’d like to save, highlight that content and click the Keeeb icon that’s floating on your screen. To save an image or video, hover over the content with your mouse and Keeeb’s icon will appear. With Keeeb, you can create separate topic pages to keep similar content organized. Create a page for an important work project, for example, along with a page for your upcoming Hawaiian vacation. File your content on the appropriate topic page, and use the commenting feature to remind yourself what was so important about the element you saved.
Keeeb pages can be made public or private. Open pages are a great tool for group collaboration, as teammates and colleagues can add inspiration or research elements and discuss where their projects are headed from within the web-based system. People who’ve used other web-clipping services in the past, like Clipboard, can import their saved content directly into Keeeb by using the platform’s importer tool.
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