dewey. makes it easy to search, organize, and share all your Twitter bookmarks into your favorite note-taking tools.
Take your hundreds of inaccessible Twitter bookmarks and free them with dewey. Once you grab them, any new bookmarks added to Twitter with the extension installed is also added to dewey. automatically. You can add and annotate your bookmarks as you add them so you can remember why you saved that tweet or thread in the first place.
Bookmarks you add on other devices are safe in Twitter and can be grabbed the next time you click 'Grab Bookmarks' in the browser extension.
Your bookmarks are accessible, organizable, curatable, shareable and even exportable in dewey. on any device using our webapp.
What you save is a reflection of your interests and the basis for your ideas. dewey. lets you organize these ideas into collections you can come back and reference, annotate, and build on. More importantly, dewey. lets you curate and share these collections publicly (if you want) and allow others to subscribe to and follow along as you go from collection of tweets and threads to your magnum opus.
Thousands of dewey. users have curated over one million bookmarks across thousands of topics from NFTs to Philosophy to Tomato Harvesting and Marketing. Discover and subscribe to collections and follow along as these collections grow into full fleshed out ideas.
Twitter launched Bookmarks on February 28th, 2018 as an “easier way to save and share tweets.” Since then, many of us have saved hundreds if not thousands of amazing tweets and threads only to never see them again. It’s not because we don’t want to, but because they are buried under every new amazing thread we discover.
This stops with dewey.
dewey. is designed to liberate your bookmarks and give you a way to get the most out of the knowledge you have so painstakingly curated.
We believe that Twitter can be the Library of Alexandria, a collection of deep knowledge and insight, but it lacks a good librarian to organize the texts.
dewey. gives us a way to become our own librarians, curate our bookmarks, and if we choose, share them with the world.