I noticed this in my list of discussions:
I have a work life and a home life, and I keep them separate. I also like to use the same browser for each, although in different user accounts and/or different computers. XMarks and its simple system helped me well through all that.
After XMarks went away, I went to using Firefox's simple mechanism for backing up/synchronizing bookmarks in the cloud. It really doesn't require much and is very unobtrusive.
But Firefox isn't all that great, so I went to Chrome. Chrome is happy to log you into your Google account and use that to synchronize your Chrome experience. Eh, OK. I do have Google accounts for each home and work, so that works.
Now I'm on Edge, and liking it. I do have a personal Microsoft account, so it's happily synchronizing my Edge experience across machines in that regard--all for my personal account. But I don't have a work Microsoft account. So now I'm back to "wow, I really liked XMarks..." because really, the biggest thing I care about is backing up and synchronizing bookmarks.
I would LOVE to have a browser-independent, OS-independent, big-tech-login-independent way to do that one thing: back up and synchronize bookmarks.
I DO use my 1P cloud account inside each of my home and work lives.
I would like to see an option in 1P to synchronize bookmarks and keep them in vaults, and let me apply a vault to a browser as needed. I have password vaults for home and work; man, always-synchronized bookmark vaults for home and work would be killer.
Just noodling here.
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