Last Updated on September 10, 2014 by Tim
There’s a handful of platforms to organize web pages that you want to remember for later. They all help you manage your personal database of inspiration, DIY’s, designs, travel locations and every other category your heart and mind will want to utilize later. Some also allow you to collaborate and share with others, but few help with discovery as well as Channelkit does.
Channelkit lets you organize and share links to websites, articles, places, videos and anything else you might need on the web. You group your web links into “channels” and add notes and tags to make it easy to find and share just like any other web library. Your web finds can be saved through the web application, via a bookmarklet and by emailing the link as well.
But the tools already mentioned can be readily found in other web link saving tools like Evernote, however where we think Channelkit excels is in their catalog for content discovery. While every profile is private at the start, users can make their posts public to let others in on what you’re saving.
Each card in the public catalog is beautifully designed and simple to overview with selections easily searchable from all public channels and those suggested by experts. Maybe you’re looking for industrial design studios and people, tools for data, or hidden restaurants in Moscow the selection of channels in the catalog is diverse, interesting and useful to everyone.
The web handpicked by yourself and by others; Channelkit is more than place to bookmark your favorite links, but a place to discover more.