Reabr is a tool for organizing website links. Let’s now look at how to start using Reabr. In a few steps, I will try to explain what you need to do in order to start using Reabr to the fullest.
As a first step, you need to log in to the bookmark tool. You can do this using your Google Account. Now it is the only possible way to log into the Reabr online bookmark mamanger application.
After introducing the first version of the Reabr application in the short post “Let`s get started new project” and with the report on the first version – “Reabr v1.0 is ready to use”, we can start its practical use. I am bringing you a set of tutorials where I will familiarize you with the functions and practical use.
1) Registration and login
Go to the main page of the reabr application – https://www.reabr.com and click the button “Get started” or the button in the upper right corner “Signin“.
You will be redirected to Google Account login. Select the account you want to use and confirm. Select the account you want to use and confirm. You will need a Google account to complete the login.
You will be redirected to the main page of Reabr online bookmark manager, where you will be briefly introduced to the application environment.
2) First run of Reabr bookmark tool
The first time you start it, you will see a short tutorial that will inform you where to find the basic functions of the application.
On the left is a list of boards, on the top is a toolbar with functions. The body of the application is your bookmarks.
Among the boards and bookmarks you will also find some already prepared ones.
The first one is “My board” – this is a prepared board for your bookmarks. This board is blank and empty by default and you can put your bookmarks in it.
The second is a board called “Reabr news“. This is a board that is read-only and you will see news published on topics related to the Reabr project.
Both of these boards can be removed or changed according to your needs.
In order for you to get better acquainted with the Reabr application, I will publish a series of tutorials in which you will learn what functions are available and how to use them to the full.