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      1. You’re welcome.

        I tried contacting them. They have responded to 1 of the issues in the several emails that I sent, but this particular issue was ignored. It doesn’t seem too polite.

        Maybe next week, Luuk will return and then address the issue.

        1. Please keep me in the loop, will you? I know we’re a bit understaffed because of the autumn vacations, but this doesn’t justify ignoring legitimate questions. So, please stay tuned, and let me know if I can help. Cheers!

    1. Hi Eric, thanks for asking! At the moment, we haven’t planned to add tags to the bookmarks. As a workaround, you can write your tags in the description field of your bookmarks, and enter them in the search field. As for the nesting option: that’s definitely in the works. It’s difficult to give a clear timeline, since our time is limited, so that will probably be next year. You’re not the first to mention this, so thanks for nudging us in that direction!

    1. We are aware of this issue, Dan. Our developers are working hard to solve it asap. We’re very sorry for the inconvenience, as we know how many people rely on our service. We’ll do our best to solve it soon.

  1. Is there a way to manipulate the order widgets show up when in my phone’s browser? I have it set the way I like for 3 across widgets on the desktop, seems like recently the mobile ordering for 1 across changed a lot and has nothing to do with the order I have in on the PC.

    This could be my tinkering, or did something change on your end? This is a great feature for me, I use it as a portal like the old igoogle, but recently the mobile version in Brave seems to have a mind of its own as far as what order they are.

    Can I change the order of the widgets on mobile and not have it affect the desktop page?

    1. Hi Jim, thanks for asking! The answer is simple: yes, you can change the order of your widgets on mobile without affecting the order on your desktop. We’ve separated the two, as we wanted to give our users a reliable and predictable experience. So, please try it out, and if you have any issues, please let us know again.

    1. Hi Daniel, thanks for your comment. Yes, usually our system should respect the status you left the widget in, upon closing the window. So, if you have collapsed all widgets before closing the browser, you’ll see them all collapsed when you fire it up again. Is this what you intended with the word ‘autohide’? If not, please let me know, and we’ll see how we can help you out. On a side note: I have been advocating internally for a new option to ‘collapse all widgets’ on a page. Right now, you have to individually collapse them to hide the contents. Would you welcome this solution? Please let me know!

      1. Hi Stefan,

        Thank you for your reply. I understand that I can individually hide these for myself, but when visitors view a shared link widgets will all be expanded. Is there a way for me to set collapsed widgets?

        1. Hi Daniel, Thanks for clarifying this for me. No, at the moment it’s not possible to set the status for a widget on a shared page. This is set on the account level, so it’s tied to the preferences of the user, not the creator of the page. We do have a slight workaround for bookmark widgets: you can set the display options to none, so users have to click the ‘show all’ link in the widget. This isn’t quite a collapsed widget, but maybe this works for you. That’s: More button (three dots in the top right corner) > Display settings > Visible icons > None. Does this help?

          1. I think I understand your point: with all bookmarks hidden the widget is still quite big. I’ll pass on your request to the designers. Stay tuned!

  2. Congrats for the very good job.
    I love it a lot.
    I would like to suggest, if possible, to make the name groups more visible. An option to put it in bold, for instance, would help a lot to navigate between them.

    1. Thank you, Luiz, we’re happy to be of service! I think your request to make the name groups more visible is timely: I’ll pass it on to the designer and we’ll see what he comes up with. Stay tuned!

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