Xmarks is one of the best bookmark manager tools around, and today it has added a new feature to the Xmarks Firefox extension that helps you fix problems when it encounters sync errors.Now, whenever Xmarks gets confused (which has happened to all of us a few times), you can just hit the Repair button to re-sync with the server, while keeping any new bookmarks that haven't been synced at the same time. Hit the link to read more about how the new feature works.
Xmarks Adds Repair Feature To Firefox, Saves You From Losing Your Bookmarks
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