On this page you can find all information you need to work with trackr.sh. If you can't find help for your issue or have other questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Table of contentsBookmarks Tags Account
Store your bookmarks in trackr.sh and never loose track of those great links. You can categorize your bookmarks using an advanced tagging system.
To create a new bookmark, simply click Add bookmark in the top navigation bar. A simple form will allow you to quickly create a new bookmark.
The only required fields are the bookmark URL and the Tags. If you don't enter a name trackr.sh will display the bookmark URL. The optional notes fields can be used to enter some more information about this bookmark or a small note for yourself.
You can also use the bookmarklet or one of our browser extensions to add bookmarks to trackr.sh.
You can import your existing bookmarks into trackr.sh. We currently support importing bookmarks from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
The Import page will tell you where you can get the export file for your bookmarks and how to proceed.
If you create a new bookmark we will download a copy of the webpage you've bookmarked. trackr.sh will try to store as much assets as possible about your webpage. In case the page you've bookmarked goes offline or is changed you can still access the archived copy via the archived link below the bookmark.
At this time we will not update the archived copy of your bookmark. Once created our crawler will not create a new copy. If you want an updated archive copy, please remove and re-add your bookmark.
trackr.sh can automatically fill in the bookmark name if you leave this empty when creating a new bookmark. Our crawler will get the webpage you bookmarked and retrieve the HTML page title to use a bookmark name.
You can enable or disable this setting in your profile.
You can add any number of tags to your bookmarks. Tags can be used to quickly search relevant bookmarks.
When creating or editing a bookmark, you can enter any number of tags in the Tags field. Tags can be entered in a number of ways. The most basic way is to split each tag by a space or comma.
Tags can contain certain 'special' characters such as / or &
When using trackr.sh you can use tags to quickly find the bookmarks you need. Your homepage contains a list of all your tags, sorted by usage.
When clicking on a tag, you will view all bookmarks that are tagged with that tag. The example below show that I selected the tag Documentation.
To remove a tag from the selection, simple click on the selected tag and the bookmark list will reload.
To use trackr.sh you have to register an account. By signing up for a trackr.sh account you agree to our Terms of service, which basically tell you what we offer and under what conditions.
To register you only need a valid email account and be able to make a payment. We don't require any additional information about you such as full name or address. Please note that we handle payments via the Stripe platform. As such we don't store any payment information or information you provide during payment. Our systems only contain information needed to ensure you have a valid account, such as when you signed up and until what date your account is paid for.
To sign in, please provide your username and password. Make sure to keep your username and password secure. If you think your account is compromised, please contact email@example.com so we can help you secure your account.
The use of trackr.sh is subject to an annual payment of our subscription fee. After signing up for an account and verifying your email address, you will be invited to pay for your trackr.sh account.
All payments are handles via the Stripe platform. As such we don't store any payment information or information you provide during payment. Our systems only contain information needed to ensure you have a valid account, such as when you signed up and until what date your account is paid for.