Internet-based resources are invaluable to genealogical researchers, from subscription database services to libraries and archives to maps and hundreds of other websites. You are sure to have found sites you wish to visit again and again. Your favorite browser can be used to create bookmark links to those sites. However, bookmarks can be numerous and can easily become an uncontrolled mess.
This video shows how to utilize your browser’s bookmark manager to create categories and subcategories of bookmarks and organize your bookmarks into topical categories and subcategories. This allows you to quickly and efficiently locate the bookmarks you want. A little organizational time invested up-front to set these up will save you lots of time in future accessing favorite websites and quickly add new ones.