Every year or so I will prune what I can of my thousand or so bookmarks in Safari, but it’s a tedious, thankless job. Safari bookmark management isn’t all that bad, but there’s one feature I would like to see that this free Mac app already has.
Simple Is As Simple Does
For Mac users with far too many bookmarks, a little organization can help immensely. Take a look at SafariSort. It’s free.
What this clever app does doesn’t need to be done often, but once you use it, you’ll understand why users love it.
There is absolutely positively not much to using SafariSort. Once you’ve sorted and organized your bookmarks and bookmark folders, you won’t use SafariSort again for awhile.
This is organization implemented simply by asking a question: “How would you like your bookmarks and folders sorted?”
That’s it. Sort Alphabetically or sort by Folders First.
Use this free app once and you’ll wonder what the software engineers at Apple do all day to make Safari a better browser because what SafariSort does is an absolute no-brainer.
The only problem I’ve run into is with iCloud. Sometimes iCloud puts bookmarks and folders back the way they were before SafariSort. Redoing the sort a second time usually takes care of the problem.
Apple just isn’t as good an online services as Google is at creating apps.