Mac: If you’re an avid bookmarker you likely have a few hundred great pages saved that you’d like to have access to no matter what computer or device you’re using. If you’re an Evernote user, Booknote Importer pulls your bookmarks from you browser and sets them as notes in Evernote so you have access to them no matter where you are.
The process is pretty simple. You start by exporting your bookmarks from your browser. In Chrome, click the wrench icon > Bookmark manager > Organize > Export Bookmarks. In Firefox, click Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks > organise > Export Bookmarks to HTML. Next, open up Booknote Importer, enter your sign-in information, and drag your bookmarks to the app. Now all your bookmarks are saved as notes in Evernote. It’s especially handy if you work from a lot of different computers and like to keep your bookmarks organised and ready across browsers. Booknote Importer is a free download in the Mac App Store.