Add the sharing button (bookmarklet) to your browser
- Open your Shaarli and
- Click the
Toolsbutton in the top bar
- Drag the
✚Shaare linkbutton, and drop it to your browser's bookmarks bar.
This bookmarklet button is compatible with Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari. Under Opera, you can't drag'n drop the button: You have to right-click on it and add a bookmark to your personal toolbar.
Share links using the bookmarklet
- When you are visiting a webpage you would like to share with Shaarli, click the bookmarklet you just added.
- A window opens.
- You can freely edit title, description, tags... to find it later using the text search or tag filtering.
- You will be able to edit this link later using the edit button.
- You can also check the “Private” box so that the link is saved but only visible to you.
Save.Voilà! Your link is now shared.
Troubleshooting: The bookmarklet doesn't work with a few websites (e.g. Github.com)
Websites which enforce Content Security Policy (CSP), such as github.com, disallow usage of bookmarklets. Unfortunatly, there is nothing Shaarli can do about it.
There is an open bug for both Firefox and Chromium: