With so much to do these days online, offline, and everywhere in-between, it's easy to get overloaded. And while efficiency experts love creating complex systems designed to trim the wasted time from any schedule, sometimes it's the little things that make a real difference.
If you're like me, you have hundreds--or maybe even thousands--of bookmarks saved in your web browser. We all know that bookmarks are great at helping you remember websites you want to go back to and that they can get you there quickly. But when you're sorting through that many bookmarks, how fast can you really go?
Luckily, the developers over at Mozilla thought about this, and they built a handy tool right into the Firefox web browser that lets you create shortcuts that bypass the bookmark menu system altogether, taking you directly to the target website. If you think that sounds efficient, you're right!
To find out how to get started using bookmark shortcuts, check out this short open source tutorial.
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