Absolutely Tools Collection

[Regularly Updated] Looking for the best tools, mashups, hacks and services on the web. is a popular social bookmarks manager that lets you create and share your personal collection of links and categorize them with keyword tags. You can start by viewing the most popular bookmarks. Get started quickly by this Beginner’s Guide and learn about more quick ways of posting your bookmarks.

Note: Some of the unlinked tools are possibly discontinued and are retained for archival purposes.

Official delicious tools

  • delicious logoTagometer Badge – easily display both tags and number of saves on your site
  • Delicious API – create your own tools.
  • Delicious Blog – posts official updates about the service.
  • Network Badges – allow you to display details about your network as part of your website.
  • Firefox Extension – Integrates into Firefox.
  • Play Tagger – easily play mp3 files directly on your website or blog by simply including a tiny javascript.
  • Buttons for Internet Explorer – Integrate right into Internet Explorer.
  • “Save This Page” buttons – provide your site visitors an easy way to save it to
  • Tagrolls – display your tags as part of your website.
  • Linkrolls – display your latest bookmarks on your website.
  • Json Feeds – load a javascript object that contains your latest bookmarks, by including this script.
  • Url – Enter a url to see its history on

Best Third Party delicious tools, Mashups, Hacks

  • Favthumbs new1.gif– browse your bookmarks visually.
  • Tag Cleaner – a tool for removing unnecessary tags from your bookmarks.
  • delicious post checker – Tool for verifying and deleting bookmarks in
  • DeliciousSafari – Use and create bookmarks from the Safari web browser.
  • KDelicious – adds several options to the Konqueror (right-click) Action menu, allowing to add your posts to Konqueror’s bookmarks.
  • Fastest Ways to Post – Powerful bookmarklets based on the API
  • Fresh – A client-side application to keep clean (check broken urls) of your account bookmarks.
  • Feedburner Feedflare – reflects the number of saves and the top three tags for each item in your post in a feedburner feed.
  • cached++ – uses the MagpieRSS (built-in with WP) to fetch and cache bookmarks
  • Scripted Re-Mark– Edits all your bookmarks in one hit (“batch mode”). It makes it easy to re-tag bookmarks en masse, make wholesale changes to URLs or update descriptions in bulk.
  • – A Mac OS X dashboard widget that displays a cloud of your delicious tags.
  • Delicer – client tool to manage your tags and posts effectively and quickly navigate through your bookmarks.
  • Ridiculous – a simple wrapper for API writing in Ruby.
  • DeliciousTray – application sits in the Windows system tray and gives quick access to all links and tags posted to your
  • Mischievous – Browser plugin for Internet Explorer that uses to manage your queue of drag and drop links.
  • Epilicious – is an extension for the Gnome web browser Epiphany that lets you synchronise your local bookmarks with the bookmarks in a Delicious account.
  • Find Similar Sites – a mashup of and to find relevant web sites based on people’s tags/bookmarks on
  • Pukka – minimalist posting client to easily post to one or more accounts.
  • Autoblogger – reads recent bookmarks marked with a specified tag and creates a link to them with the page title, as well as quote a random (filtered, given simple heuristics) excerpt of the text.
  • DoubleUp – Let your visitors browse your bookmarks in a neat way.
  • New Search Tools for – offers multiple ways to search tags and bookmarks of yours and other users.
  • – new tools for quicker posts in Offers several quick ways to add, delete posts and rename tags. Also useful is the experimental pop up bookmarklet.
  • – uses the OpenLaszlo platform and the API to display posting histograms and time-specific tag clouds.
  • Opera Buttons – Opera allows the users to create custom buttons. Enter your username and then you can click on the buttons or drag them into your main bar.
  • From to WordPress – How to automatically post daily links.
  • Safarilicious – exports safari bookmarks to automatically.
  • Bookmark this! WordPress Plugin – adds a “Bookmark this page on” link to your posts or sidebar.
  • Greasemonkey Director – every time you visit your own page, the Director should auto-load.
  • – is a PHP script that allow different sorting methods for your RSS feeds.
  • browse.delicious – is visual browser that let users explore and browse through a sample data-set of
  • surf – lets you ‘channelsurf’ tags/users. A random page from the popular page for that tag is loaded into the frame and a link to post the page to is given.
  • pioneers – Who keeps posting the most popular links?
  • Use for categories in blogger – 3 ways from lo-tech & least integrated to hi-tech & most integrated
  • Familiar Taste – is a Greasemonkey extension for the Firefox web browser that consults your set of bookmarks to see if you have the current page marked.
  • Delicious Soup – A tool that reveals your activities.
  • Revealicious – is a set of graphic visualisations for your account that allow you to browse, search and select tags, as well as viewing posts matching them.
  • Lazy Sheep Bookmarklet – auto-tags and auto-describes your bookmarks.
  • Vox Delicii – view a “heat mapped” visualization of the current week’s popular content on
  • filtered – Seeing a link once should be enough.
  • direc.tor – is a prototype for an alternative web-based rich UI for Delivers a responsive interface for managing user accounts with a large number of records.
  • Gataga – search for bookmarks in popular social bookmarking services like, Furl etc.
  • – Konqueror service menu for
  • Cloudalicious – graph any URL Tag Cloud’s progression over time.
  • Grafolicious – A webmaster tool to see the evolution of a bookmark graphically.
  • Backing up to Gmail – Simple tutorial based on a script from Bill Mill.
  • backup – This ruby script dumps all your bookmarks into a sqlite database.
  • Styling – user skin for Firefox (Greasemonkey) and Safari.
  • Delicious.NET – This version includes a core dll that is a wrapper around RSS feeds, and most of the user api.
  • Outfoxed – add users (or any other RSS 1.0 sources) to your list of informers.
  • Technorati and Tags for Blogger – GreaseMonkey script to make it easier to add Technorati Tags to your blog post when editing with Blogger.
  • Rubilicious – Delicious bindings for Ruby.
  • descriptious – Adds descriptions to and Populicious feeds
  • Apple Script – lets you post to from NetNewsWire – from the browser pane, not the subscriptions.
  • Audiolicious – is a Windows program that lets you turn any RSS feed into a podcast. It uses text-to-speech to convert the feed’s webpages into MP3 files.
  • Copy Bookmarks to Furl – Import your bookmarks to Furl.
  • Auto-Complete – a Greasemonkey extension that adds tag auto-complete capabilities to the traditional posting areas increasing your posting speed.
  • Trendalicious – is a near real-time view of website popularity trends as reflected by the social bookmarking service.
  • Delicious Linkbacks – Add the bookmarklet to your browser, then you can get a look at what users are saying about (or at least how they are tagging) nearly any web page with one click.
  • MySQLicious – is a tool for mirroring bookmarks into a MySQL database.
  • loader – loads your Firefox bookmarks directly into your account.
  • – The Ruby script analyzes your links to generate a list of your favourite interests.
  • Delibar – it will be store all your bookmarks in the system bar so you can easily access at it by select the tag and the link.
  • – imports bookmarks into your WordPress blog.
  • HuntAndGather – is a firefox extension meant to provide for some nice functionality. It opens tabs corresponding to the latest URLs stored on given the desired tag with several search functions.
  • delicious-java – is a Java API for interacting with the social bookmarks service.
  • Automatic filing with – file the current web page in the read_later category in one click.
  • tag search – look up links that are tagged with one or more subjects.
  • extispicious – generates randomly juxtaposed tags, allowing you to draw your own meanings and revelations from the overlapping entrails.
  • – is tag filter for It produces a page with links from selected tags, allows to integrate links for one or more tags into an existing page, limited to a specified “freshness”, and comes with hundreds of options.
  • delicious firefox plugin – integrates with Firefox.
  • + Gmail – A script which runs once a day, crawls each link and sends an email to a gmail account with the ‘From’ field being the page url, the ‘Subject’ being the tags, and the body being a copy of the page.
  • Tag Stemmer – Uses Porter stemming to show where you’ve made different tags with the same English word stem. You can use it to help clean up your personal fauxonomy.
  • delicious2safari – imports your bookmarks into Safari.
  • cocoalicious – A cocoa client for Mac OS X.
  • Sorting – a bookmarklet that will sort not just by total number of posts, but by the ratio of recent to total posts.
  • Mapping with Anthracite and OmniGraffle – a tutorial for creating visual exploration of tags, but not inclined to write custom Perl code to do so.
  • Extended bookmarklets – to extend functionality.
  • Delicious Link Checker is a perl script which will retrieve all of the users links and check them, reporting if they are still accessible, or the error code (and slightly more helpful message) if not.
  • foaflicious – is an application for generating a FOAF file from your inbox.
  • Backup with Excel – helps to backup your bookmarks in Excel 2003.
  • Delicious Mind Map Maker – this program will make a Clustered Mind Map out of your delicious entries and add the map to the list.
  • Oishii – is kind of a mini-zeitgeist. It polls the front page every 5 minutes, and returns all sites bookmarked by at least 30 people.
  • BookmarksToDelicious – is a standalone Python client for posting bookmarks from a file to the delicious
  • Bunnyhug Updater – an application that lets you download all of your bookmarks and save them on your local machine.
  • Related Links in Your Sidebar – using RSS, PHP and Magpie.
  • Integrating Bloglines and – to easily post things you read in Bloglines to delicious
  • Gnomolicious is an GNOME applet that help you post links on the site simply by drag and dropping them.
  • Services Delicious is a client for the REST-based web service of It allows you to select, add and delete your bookmarks from any PHP script. You do not need to worry about the XML that is sent or how to build the REST urls.
  • Graph subscriptions network – browse the network of users as defined by their inbox subscription lists.
  • Graph related tags – graphically browse related tags.

Post a comment if you know of a absolutely delicious tool to be listed here.


  1. Julian says:

    A lazyweb request. Somebody I know asked for a tool to *export* their IE (firefox etc) bookmarks to They want a quick way to populate their page with links they’ve already saved.

    I also wonder if a CSV import might be useful as an intermediate format for moving bookmarks from other systems to .

    • AYorba says:

      Scripted Re-Mark is a service for batch editing your delicious bookmarks. You can apply search-and-replace rules (regular expressions) to your bookmarks titles, URLs, notes and tags.

  2. Julian says:

    Note also that several of the services have gone off line. Nutricious and gregarious for two.

  3. Thomas says:

    Sadly, as described in this blog post has gone down due to overpopularity. :-()

  4. Ozh says:

    Damn … the number of hits this piece of news is bringing to me ( is quite amazing …

  5. Boon says:

    Hi, I’ve been searching the web for a step-by-step, idiot proof way to export my Firefox bookmarks to delicious. I came across Elliot Smith’s script but was not able to implement it successfully in Windows XP. His script also presumed a familiarity with Python, a familiarity I do not possess. The BunnyHug updater also did not work for me because I could not install .1.1 .Net framework. Could you or anyone pls provide some help? It would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

  6. itebob says:

    I seem to recall, that I found an Tool for add/ host of images for Yet I can’t find this tool.
    Can anybody help?

  7. Anonymous says:

    im trying to get the links ordered hierarchically from most to least popular. i got delicious sort going, but that just orders the links on any given page…

  8. Bill Walsh says:

    I really wish there was a way delicous could use folders so I could categorize my bookmarks since my list is too long for the screen.

  9. Harri says:

    What I would really like is a way to customise the stylesheet.

  10. Alexandra Samuel says:

    Another submission: Integrate with blog posting via Spurl. This is my method for simultaneously posting a detailed blog post to a WordPress blog while also storing a bookmark in See

  11. Beth says:

    I’m seeking a tool that will export all the bookmarks (and info – extended description, tags, users, #users bookmarked, date) from a particular tag used by all delicious users. Ideally, it would be exported into an excel spreadsheet. Any suggestions?

  12. John says:

    I’ve reworked an existing script for tagging Google Blogger posts so that it will output one set of tags that are valid in both and technorati.

    Here’s the script.
    Here’s my Freshblog post about it.

  13. Vertabrett says:

    If is gone: is no longer an active site, why is it listed here? When can we hope for a replacement?

  14. Anonymous says:

    It is possible to export bookmarks and to import them to Blauer Bote Bookmarks, if someone likes to do this.

    Just click ‘Add a bookmark’, ‘Import bookmarks from’ in

    You may also import bookmarks from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Netscape.

  15. John Abbe says:

    Vertabrett – the crew are getting ready to roll out a recommendation system now, they’re just waiting for more hardware.

  16. John says:

    Is there a way to put a clickable (dropdown?) list of my tags in the sidebar of my site without hand-coding? I’m using for categories & I’d like to be able to send people straight to my tag pages instead of to my page…

  17. Marjolein Hoekstra says:

    I’d like to see an extension to the existing feature set of that allows me to grab my own (partial) snapshot of a specific part of a web page to store with the bookmark.
    As far as I can tell there is no online bookmarking service yet that allows me to add custom visuals to a bookmark. I have seen wists, but it’s not customizeable.

    SnagIt can take the snapshots that I want (sometimes a website logo, sometimes some other part that sparks my interest), it’s just that there’s no way I can properly store that image in my list.

    Of course RSS export capabilities are essential, so desktop products are not an alternative.

    I’d be delighted to learn if anyone has already designed this.

  18. Peter Cooper says:

    John, yes, there is. Go to Feed, paste in your *RSS* feed URL, then use the JavaScript or PHP include code to add your links to your site.

  19. Jens says:

    You can also use Homepage RSS (Example) to include your stuff. Insert your feed and you will get an iframe (html) or php include code to include your links.

  20. Alex says:

    I’ve got a related urls bookmarklet on my page that will show you the urls believes are related to your current page.

  21. Dick van Soest says:

    is no longer active

  22. Anonymous says:

    Delicious Submit – Batch URL Submission Program.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Delicious Submit link is broken, as well as Gataga

  24. Anonymous says:

    New tools:

    !Delicioso! ActiveX component

    Also, the first tool link (for DeliciousSubmit) on this page is broken.

  25. Anonymous says:

    2 questions

    1- is there a bulk tagging function/api out there for delicious? i have 1200 unfiled bookmarks

    2- what software is used to post on this site?


  26. John says:

    I’m reworking for Google Blogger again… This time making 2 new versions of an existing bookmarklet. Both add functions to blogger’s blogthis! bookmarklet. The first automatically adds tags that link to an individual’s acct. The second adds tags that link to the page for that tag. See Freshblog for the scoop.

  27. Anonymous says:

    I just released Revealicious, which is a set of 3 interactive visualisation to browse your tags and search for posts matching the selected tags.

    Revealicious is available at

  28. Rob says:

    There is a firefox toolbar floating around for sometime now: delic123
    I am surprised it didn’t make it to here.

  29. Crispy says:

    I’ve created a bookmarklet generator which allows you to tag books that you browse in
    It standardizes the URL so that recognizes two entries for the same book as being the same.
    It trims the title, so you just get the name of the book.
    It takes any selected text on the page, and plops it into the extended description.
    It preselects the tag “books” for you.
    It returns you to the browsed book after tagging it in
    It usually works with Barnes & Noble too, but doesn’t like URL’s with UPC codes instead of ISBN (more work to do!)

    Currently it supports Internet Explorer, but a Firefox version is coming soon.

  30. Kaspar Schiess says:

    The delicious categorizer at

    (already in this list) has just been augmented with a Firefox export of the categorized links. This makes load time for browsing your bookmarks really short.

    Maybe the description should be updated ?

  31. Anonymous says:

    I would like to suggest my Greasemonkey user script for

    Familiar Taste

    When you visit a site that you already have bookmarked, it pops up a small reminder of when you posted it, and with what tags.

  32. Mark says:

    “Post comments to suggest any tools I missed here”…OK, here goes.

    As part of a tutorial on how to build side-bars for IE without having to learn C++ (instead using XForms), I produced a panel that allows you to add the current browser page to–with tags–in one click.

    The XForm side-bar picks up the title of the page you are looking at in the main frame, as well as any keywords in the META tags, which will then be used as tag suggestions. The description of the link is automatically set to the description from the META tags (if there is one), or alternatively you can hightlight some text in the main document and that will be used instead.

    There’s also an input box that uses Google Suggest if you want to try and standardise on tags.

    One experimental feature is that tags entered into one of the input boxes are encrypted before being sent to

    If you’re not familiar with XForms it’s the next generation of forms for the web–an extension to HTML. If you want to, you should find it pretty easy to add new features to the side-bar, or alternatively make some suggestions and someone else might do it! Certainly it would be very easy to change things like the suggestion mark-up, to use a source of words other than Google Suggest, if you have a company-wide tag-list, for example.

    Screenshots and installation instructions are here, and a discussion of the Google Suggest feature is here.

  33. Anonymous says:

    CommonTimes is a social bookmarking service for news readers.

    CommonTimes now supports dual posting to

    Also, if you use our Firefox GreaseMonkey script for bloglines, you can dual post in one step from your bloglines account.

  34. Alex Bosworth says:

    Livemarks now has a new URL:


  35. sebah says:

    I am wondering only when google will start his own social network model in the search engine.Could it be done better ?

  36. Romanito says: is a PHP script that sorts your RSS feeds.

  37. Anonymous says:

    Very nice collection of links, but for christ sake, style ::visited links immediately! You don’t know how hard is to surf through them, without applying additional css rule in my browser. If you don’t want to spoil your design with color or border, try mike’s solution.

    And one thing more: doesn’t work

    Anyway, great job. Delicioued at once. :)

  38. cocube says:

    sorry for the absurd message I posted above
    feel free to delete it

    below the right one:

    does anybody here know when “import” feature in will be turned on again? I saved the great part of my bookmarks in my local browser and I’d like to share them without adding one by one to my account


  39. Anonymous says:

    is there something to create a opml file from a delicious account?

  40. Danny says:

    I converted Johnvey’s bookmarklet into a Director Greasemonkey script so that the user doesn’t have to manually click the bookmarklet every time their page loads.

  41. vijucat says:

    Kudos on keeping this list updated!

    Would you know what happened to I loved that thing and now it’s gone without a trace! Lost my digests!! :(

    Made to export all my bookmarks from, too, just in case…

  42. yosef says:

    A new way of bookmarking,
    Is it somekind of LDAP way?

  43. Bruce says:

    I want to narrow down a search within
    For example, I enter the tag “technology.” It comes up with entries plus a list of related tags. I want to click on the related tag “internet” for a search of “technology” and “internet.”
    This is possible with your own bookmarks but not with a global search.
    Why is that?

  44. Sam says:

    Hey there… I just wrote a (colossal) post concerning the merits of tags versus that of categories. I did reference this entry in my post. It was very helpful. Thanks! I thought you might be interested in reading the post:

    Anyway, thanks for an exceptionally well-written and informative blog!

    Blog on!

  45. VC says:

    I expect this might be a good spot to announce another tool for integrating with Blogger, for the purpose of tagging and categorizing posts. I made a Greasemonkey script yesterday to reduce that process to some typing tag names on the post page and a click or two after publishing.

  46. Alex Bosworth says:

    here’s a bookmark that will take you to a random tag page on

    random tag

  47. Theodor says:


    I use – Bookmark this! WordPress Plugin which adds an “Bookmark on” Link to your WordPress posts.

  48. gary says:

    You should also add the goowy media widget to the list of tools… goowy provides a desktop application and a web widget (which provide the same look and feel and functionality)… you have to register for a free goowy account which is well worth it… goowy to register and download for the installable desktop client with widget.

  49. sys.out says:

    just updated my script for xbox media center.

  50. DeWitt Clinton says:

    Hi — I recently launched Delancey, an enhancement to that adds server-side bookmark click tracking and a number of other features. I look forward to hearing what people think of Delancey,

  51. yj says:

    Noticed that all your “skinning” links are down except for the Pixelgraphix one.

    Also, just to plug a skin I created based on Jon Hicks’ past skin (which didn’t work after changed theiir markup): Tiger theme for

    Thanks for the great resource!

  52. Scott says:

    I’ve hacked together a minimal, alternative posting GUI for Perhaps some users will find the aesthetic pleasing. I mean I know I love using it.

  53. Anonymous says:

    I wrote an application to export Safari Bookmarks to, automatically. You can find it here:

    I hope someone finds it usefull, I use it alot.

  54. Alex Bosworth says:

    I have another hack to complement bookmarks and livemarks: delimages – shows the stream of images from by user or by tag.

  55. Anonymous says:

    Can somebody tell me how to export the “for” bookmarks in bulk to some other delicious account. I want to make all the for bookmarks public.

  56. Amy says:

    Anyone know of a good and currently functioning tool that simplifies posting for people with more than one account?

    I have my own personal account, but for a collaborative project I have a separate account that I share with a group of contributors.

    Right now, when I hit the bookmarklet, I find I’m often in the wrong account, and I need to log out and log back in manually via the site. It’s a pain.

    What I’d love would be a bookmarklet that would first ask me to pick an account from a menu, and then let me post the bookmark like normal.


    – Amy Gahran

  57. Carlos Osorio says:

    I’ve created a module for google personalized homepage that allows to have all your bookmarks there.

    The module’s link is to add it go to “Add content” and type this URL on “Create a Section”

    Any comments or suggestions can be sent to

  58. Pim says:

    ADD: Quicksilver ( , which is a friggin’ awesome program ) also has a plug-in to trigger your bookmarks.

  59. Greg says:

    Hi –

    Thought you might be interested to know that FreshTags 0.5 has been released. This is a community-driven extension to various blogging platforms that gives publishers a flexible means to piggyback off to display navigation and other content in their blog.

    Lot’s of hacks for putting your tagged content into – this one let’s you get it out again.




  60. Joe says:

    Hey – nice list, could you add my new project

    Browse by thumbnail for the first time!

  61. suddenly, she says: has a spiffy skin for delicious, using firefox’s userContent.css!”

  62. Rufus says:

    I wrote a little howto of using to tag, store, and categorise academic references. It uses existing tools to replace the functionality of EndNote for free:

  63. Anonymous says:

    Hello :) There is a new little new website-plugin called DoubleUp. It It can be used to show ones bookmark in a really neat way. Check it out here

  64. Anonymous says:


    My blog is hosted on “”. I want to add Bookmark this for “”, “furl”. I have inserted “script” from their site. But nothing happens.

    Can you please advice me the right script to accomplist this task.

    Thanks in advance.

  65. Anonymous says:


    I need you help. I want to add Bookmark this button for “” and “furl” on my Blog. The Blog is hosted on “”. I had inserted the SCRIPT from and furl. But nothing happens.

    Can you please help with the right SCRIPT to accomplish this task.


  66. xichael says:

    It’d be lovely if you’d add my little project to the big list. It’s called, and it provides an alternate color scheme & graphic for the interface in Firefox. Your extensive list, being as it is, central, would be that much more complete, and people’s experience, that much more cusomized…


  67. Anonymous says:

    hi, – a python tool – at was droped. If you follow the link on the old page you see there is instead pydelicious at

  68. Anonymous says:


    There is a delicious sidebar (as in a firefox extension) that I couldn’t find listed here.

  69. Stateful says:

    I wrote DeliciousTray a couple nights ago for personal use but figured I could give it away too (source and exe are available). See the website for screenshots.

    **Windows app, requires .NET 1.1**

  70. Anonymous says:

    Magnus Therning has wrote epilicious – a tool for syncronising bookmarks between delicious and the epiphany web browser (which itself uses tags internally to build a folder hierarchy)

  71. Anonymous says:

    My Blogger Publish Helper Greasemonkey user script automates most of the process of tagging Blogger posts at as you write them. (Besides some additional nifty side features.)

  72. YoYurec says:

    Greasemonkey user script for “Familiar Taste” was banned by! :(
    Use dejalicious script.

  73. Tom says:

    Ive been using onlywire to tag and other bookmarking sites. Its a bookmark aggregator.

  74. l0b0 says:

    The illogical interface has moved to the URL specified. Please update your link list.

  75. Wai Yip Tung says:

    I’d like to introduce my open source personal desktop search tool MindRetrieve. It is like a personal version of running on your desktop. It also have some innovative features like a blended tag based categorization and hierarchical categorization. You can also tag your local files with MindRetrieve.

  76. skape says:

    Please include the fast navigator.


  77. David Russell says:

    Some of you might be interested in a new application for mobile phones called DeliciousMona. It explores a new way to extend the usage of using it as a bridge between mobile and online bookmarking. You can learn more at

  78. Anatoly Lubarsky says:

    Check out a Delicer – the .NET client tool now available. Please see the related blog post for explanations.

  79. Caso Patologico says:

    We use Delicious/Javascript code for add a “Random Post” button for Blogger sites.
    With little changes can use for random cite, random image header, etc.
    On Spanish/English language.

  80. Tony Hirst says:

    I have posted several delisios tools on OUseful Blog:

    1) delisearch – search up to 32 pages or domains as selected by delicious user, tag, or user/tag combination

    2) deliShow – a delcious/rss slideshow – use a delicious RSS feed as the basis for a web slide show

    3) deliHide – hide links on a delicious page bearing a particular tag.

    4) deliOPML – delicious OPML reading lists; includes a ‘bookmark feed to delicious’ bookmarklet;

  81. Michael Panoff says:

    A Mac OSX dashboard widget delicious cloud:

  82. Alex Bosworth says:

    Integrate Google search results and tags:

  83. Willbe says:

    See also:

  84. Anantha Narayan says:

    Do you know of any offline windows client to manage and sync

  85. Wishy says: displays hotlist beyond 5 hours. The page gets hotlist from main page and archives it, just in case if you forget to check hotlist every 5-6 hours

  86. rpl says:

    now you don’t have to sign to to have a personal online bookmark,
    what you only need is a pop3 account and bookmarkMail.
    to add a bookmark you can send yourself an email with URL as a subject,
    and you can fill the email body with the description.
    and to see the result you can see it with bookmarkMail here,
    and if you want to set up for your own server click here

    some screenshot
    1. send yourself an email

    2. see your sent email in outlook(mail client)

    3. login to bookmarkMail

    4. see the bookmark

  87. Xabel says:

    Delicious widget for Windows 2000, 2003, XP.

  88. Aidan Kehoe says:

    I’ve written a tool to provide automatic redirection to the first URL matching a collection of tags on a account; it’s available here, and needs Perl, PHP, and your own web server.

  89. Greg says:

    Scripted Re-Mark is a service for batch editing your delicious bookmarks. You can apply search-and-replace rules (regular expressions) to your bookmarks titles, URLs, notes and tags.

    Make changes in bulk – no more picking them out one by one! Write-up here.

  90. claire woods says:

    what is the history of could u send me some info if could!

  91. dreamerlittleboy says: cached++: uses the MagpieRSS (built-in with WP) to fetch and cache bookmarks (thus not hitting too much), and involves no JavaScript.

  92. Duc Nguyen says: Pool: Goto (click on Pool button) – latest links flow on a page

  93. zafar says:

    Thanks alot for this usefull post and the great comments with all the new resources.

  94. erin says:

    Is there a way to harvest links from a page and batch tag links? I have a ton of “resource” pages I want to get into, but this “right click/”tag this”” business is teeeeeeediooooouuuuuus…

  95. sohail says:


    ive seen and ive used it.
    i need to ask u users something.

    would you guys prefer to save your bookmarks on or rather use a service that lets u tag and save bookmarks in your browsers ‘bookmark’ window as well as on a like website for later usage.

    ive always found it more convenient to access my bookmarks in my browser window.
    why even visit and waste time.

    let me know ur thoughts.

  96. Ajit burad says:

    Search as you type..!

  97. Aidan Kehoe says:

    Sohail, I don’t use the same browser all the time. I switch regularly; home, work, IE, Firefox, Netscape 4 (there’s a Firefox bug under X11 that happens to affect me that it doesn’t have). And using instead of browser bookmarks means I don’t have to make sure to copy over my bookmarks every time. Plus, I’ve found that tagging makes it much easier to find a given link again, once it’s stored; browser bookmarks don’t have that option.

  98. Impeck Lopez says:

    Why is it so impossible to make everything?

  99. Ajit Gupta says:

    This is a Tool for Delicious that you can use to link your site or blog to your delicious account. Many features are being added to it.

  100. Adam says:

    For Safari users, I have posted a nice workflow to quickly posting to at .

  101. Mark says:

    XBEL Bookmark Manager-A windows bookmark manager for

  102. Alejandro Maceira says:

    Hello. I?m looking for the way to add a tag to more than one item in my count. Do you know any extension to do this?


  103. ggwfung says:

    the “ pioneers – Who keeps posting the most popular links?” link is broken, or the site is no longer operational.

    A shame, I’d like to know who these forerunners are.


  104. Rhett Maxwell says:

    nice list of resources for!

  105. Ryan says:

    Is there a way to pull in user tags and bookmarks and save them to a users admin in another website?

  106. Lennart says:

    Does anyone know a decent API, that works also with private bookmarks? I have a lot of tags and want to delete a lot of them, rearrange 50%, add descriptions etc. I’ve 350+ bookmarks in my private section – and i don’t want to do this job only by the interface of …

    I tried several tools from here (like delicer) but they can’t see my private links.

  107. GuillaumeB says:


    i’d like to know how I could tweak the badge Javascript so that my notes for each bookmarks display on my blog.

    I guess i’d have to host the script my self but I dunno where to start.

    In fact i ‘d like to make a linkblog based on Delicious

  108. Ty says:


    I like Delicious because it allows me to keep track of links as I share them with friends. But is there a way to have my friends notified when they receive links from me? Some kind of Gmail Notifier or something like that….


  109. ?? says:

    I like Delicious because it allows me to keep track of links as I share them with friends. But is there a way to have my friends notified when they receive links from me? Some kind of Gmail Notifier or something like that.

  110. Health Store says:

    Really good collection of tools. Is there a tool which spiders a web site, grabs title, grab keywords as tags and post to my account?

    I’m searching for such a tool but I could not find any till now.

  111. caty says:

    see also 50 Matches. It’s a search engine that crawls web sites that were bookmarked or voted for by people, in sites like, digg and reddit.
    They link to sites with the best content, and it gives you the best quality search engine on the web.

  112. Kim Tiedemann says:

    Hi, I have made a Java tool for checking your delicious links.

    The software is free and open source and can be accessed here:



  113. Kevin says:

    does anyone know a simple badge that would create a search box, to allow user to search my delicious tags?

  114. Alberto Tellez says: in 3D? Yes :-)
    3D mapping of bookmarks (tags or username)
    Check it here:

    Best article in the web for Del.icio,us tools!

  115. cs says:

    I am trying to call my bookmarks into my flash website without luck. I got it working locally but there is a cross domain problem in flash once it is online. I tried following some advice to proxy the rss through php but I haven’t had much luck, readfile is disabled at my host. Anyone have a flash component or tutorial for delicious?

  116. sunny says:

    how to find releted website from

  117. Sushi Dating says:

    Great Site for bookmarks!! I just sign up there. Thanks!

  118. says:

    Awesome bookmarking site & you really have a very nice collection of tools.

  119. bboing says:

    Check out site trends. Analyzing how many people bookmarked a site each month can tell us a lot on site popularity growth or decline.

  120. harsha says:

    i think you can add

  121. Martin Dudek says:

    Hi folks,

    I just built a odp/ mashup including a finding related websites feature similar yet different from While goes over user preferences, my mashup uses tag informations for finding similarity.
    Hard to say which approach makes more sense, I personally prefer, nevertheless you might want to check it out



  122. Labudometr says:

    New useful link for users:

    Search the contents of every web page you’ve ever bookmarked with using a dynamically built Google Custom Search engine.

  123. Gord says:

    Here’s another delicious tool for the collection!

    This site keeps a huge list of bookmarks from the delicious hotlist. I’ve found lots of great websites here. It’s updated every few hours and has a pretty extensive list of popular sites.

    The T’s they sell are pretty cool too!

  124. Squirrel says:

    Someone PLEASE tell me a short cut to multi-selecting tags on a delicious page.

  125. Gord says:

    Please add this tool to your list!

    This site has a huge extended list of bookmarks from the delicious hotlist. It’s a great tool to help find the sites you may have missed on Delicious. It’s updated every few hours and has a long list of bookmarks.

  126. TechMalaya says:

    man. awesome delicious resources. bookmarked. you are missing localdeli

  127. Doug says:

    Add DeliciousSafari to this list for using from the Safari web browser on the Mac. Download it at

  128. igece says:

    I’ve recently developed SyncBookmarks. It is a PHP script that allows the synchronization of bookmarks between two different bookmarking services, provided that they both support the API (i.e. between and any website based on Scuttle). Also, the script can be used to make backups of any of the configured services.

    The link to the script’s page is:
    And the link to the script itself is:

    (The page is only in Spanish, sorry, but the script itself is fully documented in English).

  129. oggin says:

    10x alot for this usefull post and the great comments with all the new resources.

  130. Neosozial says:

    Is there any list of websites using in some creative way in addition to this great list of tools?

  131. Anonymous says:

    Hi, a few days ago I wrote an Opera button/bookmarklet to post links to – there are already some, but I didn’t find one which met my requirements.

    My button is simple an does the following:
    * opens a small pop-up window
    * fills out the URL field with the current URL
    * fills out the description field with the current page title
    * fills out the notes field with some text that maybe currently selected in the document you want to post
    * after posting the pop-up closes itself.

    It’s kind of the same behaviour as the Firefox extension provided by

    You could find it at

  132. GiacomoL says:

    For Konqueror there’s also KDelicious:

    Apart from the usual stuff (“Tag this” etc), it can add posts to the Konqueror bookmarks with one click.

  133. AH says:

    I wrote desktop software (Simple Manager = SDM) in java to easly managing bookmarks. Please check this web page:

    With this software one can type for example: ‘+astronomy -physics’ then it will be found all bookmarks which have ‘astronomy’ tag BUT which don’t have ‘physics’ tag. With ‘+’ and ‘-‘ one can search for exact tag names.

    Other example: one can type ‘astronomy !physics’ and it will be found all bookmarks which have in url, description, extended or in tags such word like ‘astronomy’ BUT which don’t have such word like ‘physics’.

    Check this program if you like.


  134. nakliyat says:

    New tools:

    !Delicioso! ActiveX component

    Also, the first tool link (for DeliciousSubmit) on this page is broken.

  135. Joris says:

    A clustermap visualisation to explore tags, users and of course bookmarks.

  136. CherylT says:

    Over three years later, this article still rocks. Please add i-Lighter to your collection of absolutely tools. One click-bookmarking PLUS content is saved to a free i-Lighter account.

  137. Alex M says:

    Hello there. My desktop blogging client for OS X and Windows – “Poster” – now includes support for You can use it to browse and maintain your bookmarks, and easily post them to your blog.


  138. Anders says:

    Bookmarks inSuggest is a new cool service for users of bookmark services. Enter your user name and you will instantly get recommendations, based on like-minded people:

  139. Czar says:

    Wow! This is a huge collection of tools. At first, I thought it was just a plain online bookmarking website but now, I can tell that it’s definitely complex yet very dynamic.

    I’ve been using for three months now. It’s my favorite bookmarking service provider. It’s hotter than StumbleUpon.

    Do you agree with me?

  140. Utah SEO says:

    Wow, I just got finished with the Flickr post, and this is equally impressive. I do not think I have ever seen such a great list of Delicious tools

  141. rez0 says:

    Nice list, ty.
    I’m looking for something for my wordpress blog.
    I wanna to export post then import’em to delicious have you got an idea ?

  142. reednj says: is a replacement for the old, if anyone still remembers that. It shows the most popular bookmarks grouped by hour/day/week etc.

  143. yemek tarifleri says: is no longer an active site, why is it listed here?

  144. Rob Hanna says:

    I need a tool that will allow me to control the tags used to bookmark sites. I want to build a list of allowed tags and share this list with other members of my team. When bookmarking a site, I want a pick-list or similar feature with which to select a tag from my list.

    Is there a tool that does this? Am I totally missing the entire Social Bookmarking concept with this?

    Any help is most appreciated.


  145. martin dudek says:

    Wectar, a delicious mashup which finds related websites in the pool of listed web sites based on delicious tag informations.

    now with enhanced look and feel.

  146. Lynn Wallenstein says:

    I created a sort of delicious/mangolia slideshow player of tags and user saves:

  147. michael_e says:

    Thank you for this great all-you-can-eat buffet. Delicious and satisfying!

  148. Nox says:

    Some of these links are out of date or link to services that no longer work. You might want to take some time to go through them and clean them out. Still, a very helpful post overall.

  149. Toni says:

    I’m looking for a “mediawiki” extension (the sw platform of wikipedia) to do a mashup between the wiki pages and a specific delicious content. In other words: having a wiki page, it would be nice to add a tag like “” to retrieve automatically the urls of that user, filtered by tags associated.
    Is there anything similar?


  150. FDKelly says:

    Thank you very much for this post. I was having some issues displaying my delicious links on my site’s footer, and several of your recommendations look good to do just what I want, not to mention the services that help clean the bookmarks up. I have far too many to always stay on top of them, so yes, thanks!!

  151. Slippy Douglas says:

    I just launched my first Delicious tool: DeliTag. It’s a tag-enhancer that adds tag categorization and contexts through a simple tag syntax that you sprinkle into your existing tags. Once you have some enhanced tags, DeliTag shows you them in neat, colorful tag bubbles for easy access!

    Check it out at and thanks in advance!

  152. Chadnan says:

    That’s a lots of important resource. Thanks for sharing. I like the idea – quick ways of posting!

  153. Berend says:

    There is a command-line utility in pydelicious for those who always have a terminal near and need to rename tags and such.

    Disclaimer: i wrote it myself. There might be another tool to quickly rename and such but frankly there are too much projects.. :)

    anyway, i don’t see any CLI utils. it integrates with the terminal browsers elinks and lynx too but is not as fancy as the web-based post.

  154. Vizio says:

    thanks for the great summary, looks really comprehensive for delicious. In particular, i like the ability to easily play mp3 files on blogs or sites plus a save this link button that we can put on all of our sites for our=r visitors to post info on delicious.

  155. Rhys says:

    I’ve just made this, for deleting bookmarks that are no longer useful (also has the side-effect of allowing you to rediscover old bookmarks you’d forgotten about). First draft at present but hopefully more functionality in future:

  156. AYDIN says:

    Vertabrett – the crew are getting ready to roll out a recommendation system now, they’re just waiting for more hardware.

  157. misscok says:

    Hi – what are the Delicious IPad apps out there? I saw Nuuxo’s “DBD Delicious Bookmark Discovery, which has mixed comments… Has anyone tried it or others?

  158. Jack says:

    Delicious is a very useful tool. Thanks for sharing.

  159. sohbet says:

    I really wish there was a way delicous could use folders so I could categorize my bookmarks since my list is too long for the screen.

  160. muzik dinle says:

    I’d like to see an extension to the existing feature set of that allows me to grab my own (partial) snapshot of a specific part of a web page to store with the bookmark.
    As far as I can tell there is no online bookmarking service yet that allows me to add custom visuals to a bookmark. I have seen wists, but it’s not customizeable.

    SnagIt can take the snapshots that I want (sometimes a website logo, sometimes some other part that sparks my interest), it’s just that there’s no way I can properly store that image in my list.

    Of course RSS export capabilities are essential, so desktop products are not an alternative.

  161. cenk says: toolbar looks like really super, but I can not find I need to find help on this issue if you have Olca

  162. Jayadwi says:

    Such a great list, but this help me to know my ‘Delicious’ more over.

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