/tap is a great way to save the websites you want to reference or revisit. Most bookmark collections end up as a mass of unorganized links, but with /tap it’s easy to quickly sort and organize so nothing gets lost.
When you add a URL to a note /tap automatically grabs the webpage metadata, including title, description and image and attaches it to that note. You can add a URL just as you would any other note, just make sure you include http:// or https:// before the web address.
You can also use the /tap bookmarklet to quickly save webpages from your browser:
Simply drag the link above into your bookmark toolbar. When you're on a site you want to capture click the /tap capture bookmark. A window will appear with the webpage pre-filled in the familiar /tap note text input.
All of the /tap features, including tags, folders, events, and todos, can all be used in conjunction with your notes containing links. For example, file articles into a /read-later folder. Add a tag or two, before or after the URL. Create a todo so you remember to come back and read it.