A "session" folders feature is now available which will make it easier to manager browser tabs. If you have a number of tabs that you frequently open together you can now save to them all to a "session" folder. When you open a "session" folder, it will open all the bookmarks inside it. You can organize bookmarks inside a "session" folder just like other folders.
To create a session folder, click the, "Save tabs" button in the bottom right of the "Save to Bookmark OS" extension:
You will then be able to remove individual tabs from the session:
Sometimes selecting an image from a bookmark is better than using a screenshot. For example, when bookmarking a recipe or a product it can be better to use an image of the actual recipe and product as an icon instead of a screenshot. You can now do exactly this by clicking, "Change image" when saving a bookmark. Here are some example recipe bookmarks:
You can now customize the icon size, icon spacing, and font size of icons in each folder. You can also apply any specific settings to all folders if you want. You can access icon customization in settings.
This new feature allows you to rearrange columns in list view. You can change the order of the columns and hide/show them individually.
Standalone notes have just been added which will allow you to create individual notes using a simple yet powerful wysiwyg text editor. Notes are indexed by search and can be tagged just like bookmarks. Notes will also try and preserve any html you paste into them so you can use them to clip stuff on the web such as recipes.
Time filters are a new feature that will allow you to filter all your items by periods of time. For example, if you just want to see items created in the last week, you can enable the, "Last week" filter. Time filters work like tags, so it will only show folders that have an item created within the time period inside.