Bookmarking just got interesting again. Dragdis, a slick Chrome extension that lets you quickly save anything, including text, photos, videos, links and more just by dragging and dropping.
The idea behind the tool is to be as simple as traditional bookmarking, but instead of “starring” a URL, you just drag and drop whatever it is you’re trying to save to a folder in Dragdis. After installing the extension in your browser, you’ll have access to a sidebar where you can access your folders and selected apps, like Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote and Pinterest.
This sidebar isn’t showing all the time, of course - it pops up when you select an item on the web and start dragging it to the right side of your screen - neat !
// I first thought this was something close to Pocket, which I use everyday for collecting intersting posts from my technology watch - but Dragdis is different, as you can choose to save only a picture, a video or even just a text extract without bookmarking the whole web page ! Moreover, I like how you can create and manage folders (with custom icons and colors, cute !) and/or tags to keep your discoveries organized at hand.