Bazzo Wrote:There's no real direct replacement for Xmarks because of its unique design. However, I'm currently looking at OuterTech's LinkMan bookmark manager, the Pro version. You have to think outside the box, to see how it might replace Xmarks.
Anyway, LinkMan Pro is worth a look. If a bunch of us get together we may be able to negotiate a crossgrade-style discount.
xheralt532 Wrote:I'll miss Xmarks. I started using it when it was strictly a Firefox extension, Foxmarks. The main reason I ended up with LastPass as my cloud password service was because they acquired Xmarks and took over that aspect of the extension. And they did well enough all these years to keep me, and earn my recommendations on various social medias.
With the multibrowser, multiOS, taskbar-button-dropdown-failing-to-appear bug, LastPass is on increasingly thin ice with me. The fact that they were multibrowser and OS-agnostic is one of the things I loved about Xmarks/LP in the first place. Fix your shiz, people! Especially now that you only have one product to concentrate on!
We will continue to support Xmarks. There is no change in your status as a free or Premium user of Xmarks.
On May 1, 2018, we will be shutting down Xmarks. Your account will remain active until then, including the syncing of your bookmarks. After that date, your bookmarks should remain in any previously accessed browser, but they will no longer sync and your account will be deactivated.
At LastPass, we’ve staked our claim in password management, and providing our community with a high level of password security. After careful consideration and evaluation, we have decided to discontinue the Xmarks service so that we can continue to focus on offering the best possible password vaulting to our community.
On behalf of the entire LastPass and Xmarks team, we wanted to thank you for your support over the years.
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