Opera 26 Lets You Share Bookmarks with Friends
Article by George Norman
On 03 Dec 2014
While Opera 25 introduced a new “visual bookmarks” feature, the recently released Opera 26 introduces the option to share bookmarks with others. You can share just one bookmark, a bunch of bookmarks, or an entire bookmarks folder.



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The latest release on Opera Software’s Stable Channel is Opera 26 for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Indeed, Opera for Linux graduated to the Stable Channel and now Linux users get to enjoy the same functionality as Windows and Mac OS X users.

Speaking about functionality, Opera 26 for desktop comes with the option to share bookmarks with others. As we’ve when Opera 26 was in Beta, if you click the “Share” button you can share a single bookmark, several bookmarks, or an entire bookmarks folder via email, social media or a direct link (here’s the link to Opera Software’s favorite bookmarks).

The option to share bookmarks is also offered by Opera for Android. The Android app has been recently updated and it too lets you share bookmarks with others: go to the Speed Dial -> tap Bookmarks -> tap Manage and select the bookmarks you want to share -> tap the Share button -> name your bookmarks collection -> tap OK -> choose how you want to share your bookmarks.



“Browsing the web today often includes a social side. You want to share anything interesting you read online, you ask your friends for their opinions before you purchase something, or you share inspirations, lists of favorite songs or other interests,” says Zhenis Beisekov, Product Manager of Desktop Products, Opera Software. “It’s time for browsers to reflect this new reality and give people an easy way to share multiple links.”

The previous Opera release, Opera 25, introduced a new “visual bookmarks” feature: bookmarks are displayed a thumbnails.



The even older Opera 24 also focused on the visual – Opera 24 introduced a new tab preview function.





Tags: Opera Software, Opera, browser, bookmarks, share, Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Google, Android
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