Tech Tip: Toby

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This month, I am highlighting a browser extension that provides an excellent way to organize and share web browser tabs: Toby. More interactive and versatile than traditional bookmarks, Toby’s drag-and-drop interface enables you to close tabs that you are not currently using, reducing memory usage on your computer. You may organize your resources into collections and quickly find them using Toby search. A free version is available, as well as paid for teams and businesses.

Do you use a different service to manage your browser tabs? Please share your methods with me via email or in the comments, and they may be included in a future Tech Tip.


Have a cool app, tool, or tech tip you’d like to share? Contact Chase Masters. Please note that Tech Tips are personal recommendations and might not be officially endorsed or supported by U-M.

Chase Masters, University Library
Author: Chase Masters, University Library

Chase's role at the Taubman Health Sciences Library includes managing technology projects and resources, consulting with faculty to effectively incorporate technology into their curriculum, supervising staff, serving in the HS-STEM Administration Unit, and identifying and building partnerships with instructional technology units throughout the university community. You may reach him at mastersc@umich.edu.