It's been cold here so for a nice change I'll be dropping some hot new features later this week. ☀️

Phew, after working very hard for the last month beta 2 is done. A couple of highlights…

- Plinky Accounts! The server is up and running, you can now sign into Plinky from multiple devices. A lot more work is coming here, this one-man shop can only move so fast. 🪧
- You can now update multiple tags at once. 🏷️
- A loooot of fixes, thank you to everyone who reported and helped with these. 🙇🏻‍♂️

There’s a lot more, if you’re interested I now have a blog with the release notes!

Thank you so much for the feedback, it was genuinely appreciated and helped a lot! I won't be shipping the "playful" copy because it can be construed as a bit too cheeky. And by sharing I was able to fix some spacing and corner radius issues, thank you @mark and @objc. 🦊

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I’m adding the ability to sync your links to a backend and have an important question: Should I ship this Dismiss button or think of a better design?

After 14 failed attempts today the Plinky backend is finally deployed! Hope you don't expect it to work though, that'll take at least another 20 minutes while I mess with some config files. 🙃

Say hello to Plinky, an app for your links on iOS & Mac. 🔗

It’s still early days but the app goes beyond bookmarking, I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve rethinking link management, workflows, and collaboration. Here’s a sneak peek of Plinky in action.

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