Licorize is like Getting Things Done for bookmarks. It’s a tool to make your bookmarks actionable, attempting to keep them from piling up and you on task.
How it works is pretty simple. You add bookmarks and assign types and statuses to them. Adding bookmarks works with all major web browsers, either through a browser extension or a handy bookmarklet. You can also import your bookmarks from Delicious or add them manually through the Licorize site. They’re currently working on mobile apps for iOS and Android, so that’ll be an option in the future.
Bookmarks in Licorize always have a type (many of which you can see in the above picture). You can assign them as to-dos, ideas, goals, etc, to properly sort them by their relevant use. If they’re part of a project, you can assign them a project as well. If you’ve found a bookmark for somebody else you’re working with, you can assign it to them so it’ll be added to their task list. Of course, you also have tagging options and can provide relevant details about the particular bookmark. If you specify a bookmark as a to-do item, you can schedule it for a specific day.
A sidebar calendar helps you sort your bookmarks by date, and you can also browse by projects, types and tags. Search is also an option, if you’re looking for something specific.
Licorize is a free service available right now. If you love bookmarking but can’t keep on top of everything in your collection or want a more work-oriented and collaborative approach, Licorize is worth a look.