Snippet enables easy notations and keeping all your resources and information well organized, comprehensively, and neatly.

This extension is first and foremost, a great organizer for all your ideas, a keeper of all the important data and general information. So, what function does this have? Every time you select any text, on any webpage, the Firefox extension displays the highlighting options, with the possibility to add notes to tag the pieces of highlighted text.

Moreover, for any new memo-like addition to your digital notepad, Snippet allows taking in-browser print screens, sorting your highlight collections, adding quick commands for easily accessing the source pages of the information contained in your notes, etc.

At the same time, you can pin the sidebar and always have your notes available for comparing contents, thoroughly study different pieces of information you highlight, browse the web with all the needed resources at hand, or navigating your organizational directories in Snippet (your folders and subfolder).

As previously shown, Snippet is a great solution for handling your in-browser, saved content, organizing different pieces of highlights or to export them, storing and remembering the main points of interest by keeping additional information about them, etc. However, the browser extension is also great for handling your Kindle highlights.

By enabling Kindle highlights management, this online service allows you to keep the most important information connected. You can access Amazon Cloud and My Clippings.txt. As a consequence, Snippet can turn out to be a great solution for students, researchers, teachers, and more generally, anyone who tries to conduct and document a detailed and complex research activity.

To summarize, Snippet is a cute-looking service that has simple and straightforward features and options. The Firefox extension is responsive and manages to offer both a great organizer for all your highlights and a great storage option for your notes.