TabSnooze

Bookmarklets galore. I’ve used Instapaper, Pocket (even back when it was called Read It Later) and a few others. What typically happens is that I end up creating a list of things to read that either becomes too daunting to jump back in start reading, becomes too dated, or I’ve lost the contextual meaning I had to the page at the time I saved it. Joking leading to the moniker: My Read Never List.

Permanently open tabs kind of became my natural replacement to those tools. But it is a task in and of its self to stay productive when you have 50-60 tabs open. Not to mention those sites that auto-refresh their pages – for the ad dollars, yo – or have the timed media auto-play audio/video.

tabsnoozeA couple months ago I started using TabSnooze. Chrome only right now, but a Safari and Firefox version are coming soon.

The nice thing about TabSnooze, you can control when that tab reopens in your browser. During the workdays, I’ll collect links here and there that are for non-work-time reading. This is what makes this so fantastic. This Evening, Tomorrow and This Weekend are my go to scheduling options, although there are few others including a date/time scheduler if you need to go that level (concert tickets maybe?).