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Opera has a new way for you to share your favorite bookmarks

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
December 3, 2014
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Not long after the release of Opera 25, which brought with it a completely redesigned, visually rich Bookmarks menu, the browser is getting another update today. In similar fashion to the release from a couple of months ago, the newly introduced Opera 26 also focuses on bookmarks, but this version is more about how you can share content with your friends. Put simply, Opera now makes it easy for you to turn some of your favorite sites into privately linked, shareable folders.

So, let's say you have a pal who loves shopping as much as you do, simply create a folder in the Bookmarks section, drop a bunch of retailers' URLs in it, add a label and then link he or she to it -- the person on the receiving end doesn't need to have the software installed. The new social feature is likely going to be very useful to a lot of people, especially those who use Opera as their main browser on their desktop and/or laptop.

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