Saving webpages is hard (and how MediaTag can help)

Whenever you are researching a subject, you most likely browse internet a lot. That could be for a thesis, an article, a screenplay or even just out of curiosity.

You will be quickly tempted to save the pages you visit. A first tool would be to use browser bookmarks. They are quick to use. But they have 2 disadvantages. They become hard to organize when you have a lot of them.  And pages they link to may go disappear without notice.

A second solution you may try then is to simply save the page to your computer. But that slows you down and can also become tricky to organize.

This is where MediaTag can help.

Using our browser extension, you can save any page you visit with a single click.

The page is immediately archived, so you can be sure that even if it goes offline, you will have a copy. We don't just save the text. We also save all photos. You really get a full copy.

We also save the page 'as you see it'. So if the page is only accessible with a login, such as twitter, you will still be able to see it.

We also make sure to remove all ads and banners from the content saved. What you see is therefore clean and focused on the content.

And once it is saved, you can use all the powerful tag system that MediaTag offers to organize it:
- add any tags.
- bookmark the important tags.
- share your saved pages privately with your team, or even publicly with an audience.
- set default tags, to avoid adding them each time you save a page.

And of course, MediaTag is not just good at saving webpages. It also enables you to save photos, videos and files easily. So you can keep everything that is important to you in a single place.

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