A tool to store and and organize links. When you add a link to a page Linkstacks will fetch the page and extract meaningful content such as title, description, images and so on. Also any text that can be found will be made searchable.
A tool to read feeds and organize them into categories, search for, keep track of read articles and bookmarking articles.
When logged in you will find a button in the top left corner marked as a plus symbol, clicking it (or pressing the hotkey ALT + L) will show a popup where links can be added as text.
When reading an article you can save a link to it by hovering over the header and clicking the icon (or long pressing on touch-devices). Any links that are found inside the article can be save the same way.
Currently only available for IOS and Android.
Currently only available for Firefox and Chrome. The plugin will allow you to add links while you visit a site simply by clicking the Linkstacks-button in the top bar.
Our bookmarklet works like the browser plugin but some sites are restricting access to 3rd party scripts which may break the functionality.
Import bookmarks from browsers or other sites.
- When you import if the title of the categories or folders in the source-file matches any of your existing stacks the two will be merged into one big stack.
- If you add a lot of new links it will take us a little while to fetch metadata. Take a cup of coffee and come back 😀
Any public stack can be shared as a read-only version via the
Public stacks are also available RSS feeds. Most feed readers will accept the url of the stack and be able to detect the feed. Alternatively the feed can be accessed directly by adding
/feed to the url.
- The initial feed will contain the newest links (up to 100) and will be updated as new links gets added.
Stacks can be shared as editable between multiple people. When a shared stack is changed, anyone who is participating in the collaboration will see the change immediately.
- The person who initiated the collaboration is still the owner of the stack and only the owner can invite and remove people and change public/private status.
- If the connection is broken by either collaborator the mirrored stack will return to a normal stack and contain the links that was in it when the connection was broken.
To invite people to a stack, first click
Many sites, especially news sites, provide one or more feeds, which contain articles in either full or a summary format. Sometimes you will see these described as either RSS or Atom which is different machine-readable formats both readable by Linkstacks. When you subscribe to a feed Linkstacks will periodically check the source for any new articles and they will appear as unread in the Linkstacks interface.
Feeds are added the same way as links, using the top
- Per default new feeds are added to a feed-category Uncategorized, this can be changed by navigating to the desired folder using the left panel.
To remove a feed from your account, click
Create a new category by navigating to the feed you want to categorize and click
When new articles arrive they can be found both under
Sometimes there are too many unread items to go through them individually. The
- Read articles are normally hidden from view but can be viewed by toggling
Hide read itemsunder the ⋮menu.
When loggged in you go to