Chrome/Firefox/Safari: There’s no shortage of ways to save content from the web to review later, but few services handle videos, photos, and text as seamlessly and quickly as Dragdis.
Once you install the Dragdis browser extension and create an account, you’ll notice a sidebar appear any time you click and drag content on the web. Select some text and drag it to a folder on your sidebar to save it for later. When you revisit it on your Dragdis account, you’ll find some social sharing options, a link back to the original page, and a field to type in your own tags for better organisation.
You can save photos in much the same way, and even videos by dragging a small Dragdis icon that pops up over the video players on most popular sites. In the sidebar, you can create a folder structure to keep everything organised, or just use it as a junk drawer, and find content later through the app’s comprehensive search.
Dragdis doesn’t yet have a suite of desktop or mobile apps, so it won’t replace Evernote for content you want to access from anywhere, but it’s a slick, easy-to-use system for managing your web browsing. Dragdis is currently in an invite-only beta period, but Lifehacker readers can get instant access, and invite five of their friends, by clicking through the source link below.