June 18, 2014

Dragdis – Drag-and-Drop Bookmarking

Dragdis is a web-based bookmarking application that relies on impressive drag-and-drop functionality to stand apart from competitors. Users can drag-and-drop any type of content—including images, text, videos, and GIFs—into private folders. Or, they can post that content publicly on Facebook or Twitter through the Dragdis platform.

Register with your email address or by connecting a social media account to Dragdis, and then download the Dragdis extension for Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. The next time you see an image or a selected piece of text you’d like to bookmark, grab the content with your cursor and start dragging it to the right-hand side of your screen. A Dragdis sidebar will immediately pop up with a list of your folders and connected social media accounts. You can then drag the content you’re saving directly into the location of your choosing.

To post content publicly, drag it into your Facebook or Twitter folder. Dragdis will soon support Tumblr, Dropbox, and Pinterest, as well. Because Dragdis is completely cloud-based, the links and content you save to the platform are accessible from any internet connected device, including smartphones and tablets.

Practical Uses:

  • Create an inspiration folder with images for your wedding
  • Seamlessly post your favorite videos on Facebook
  • Drag-and-drop GIFs into a private folder
  • Add notes and tags to the content you bookmark

Insider Tips:

  • Drag content to public folders on Facebook and Twitter
  • Organize folders into larger categories
  • Download the browser extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox

What we liked:

  • The Dragdis interface is incredibly simple to use
  • The Dragdis sidebar only pops up when users drag content to the right side of the screen
  • Using Dragdis saves people valuable time when bookmarking lots of content

What we didn’t like:

  • Users still can’t post directly to a number of popular apps


Company Info:

  • Launched: February 2014
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Lithuania
  • Founded by: Domas Sabockis, Karolis Malcevi?ius, and Eugenijus Jusas
  • Web site:


  • Free

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