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Sync your bookmarks with your selfhosted server (e.g. Nextcloud)

The goal of this project is to build a browser extension that syncs your browser data across browser vendors with the open source, self-hosted sync and share server Nextcloud and possibly other self-hosted solutions.

News: Floccus v3.1 now allows you to sync with the newly available folders in nextcloud bookmarks and also preserves the order of your bookmarks. 🏋️‍♀️


You will need a server, at least one browser and the floccus browser extension.

You can either choose to sync via WebDAV (with any version of nextcloud or with any other WebDAV server, commercial or self-hosted). Alternatively, if you’d like to access your bookmarks via a nice web frontend, you can sync with the nextcloud bookmarks app, which allows you to do just that. For the latter to work, you need at least version v0.11 of the Bookmarks app installed (which requires nextcloud v12 or greater).

Once you have your server ready, read on to install the browser extension.

Note: It is recommended to not enable native bookmark synchronization built into your browser, as it is known to cause issues.

Note: Please avoid installing the bookmarks_fulltextsearch app in nextcloud as it is known to cause issues with newer versions of the bookmarks app.


You can install it via the Chrome Web store

Alternatively, you can still install it by downloading the Chrome package from the latest release and dropping it into Chrome’s extension page.


You can install it via AMO.

(Note that AMO has to review all new releases, though, so you might need to wait a bit before you can install the latest release on firefox.)




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