Favebucket is similar to Pinterest in that it has a layout with boards (called buckets), the major difference is that sharing is a bit more individualized to certain content instead of everything. Users can pick and choose what they want to share. Signing up requires Facebook, Twitter, Google, or an email address and then users will want to install the bookmarklet in order to gather content from the web. After creating an account users will have an existing lists of buckets and tags. Currently there is no renaming feature (you can create new ones), but that is in the works.
Users can views their "Faveboard" in various ways and from an available menu access their inbox, favorite and private links, and more. To save a link or create a bucket users must utilize the bookmarklet. There is currently no feature that allows users to save from within the website. Creating a new link allows users to select a bucket, enter a description and add tags on your own or from a suggested list. Each link can then be viewed, shared, and organized to fit your bookmarking needs. Favebucket would be a valuable tool for students doing research projects or teachers organizing resources for lessons.
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