I find I often wrestle with the implementation of bookmarks in Safari. Since I care to have my bookmarks simply and cleanly synchronized by iCloud, I continue to use the (inadequate) bookmark features of Safari. My specific question is: Is there a way to tell if a site is already bookmarked? I have 1000s of bookmarks, organized by folders. It seems pretty straightforward for Safari to know when I hit CMD-D to initiate a bookmark that it already exists in my collection. Am I missing this feature that is already implemented?
Here's a cheeky, long-winded approach with all keyboard shortcuts to copy the URL and search in bookmarks editor:
TLDR: ⌘L then ⌘C then ⌥⌘B then ⌘F then ⌘V
When done, close bookmark editor: ⌥⌘B
I'm wondering if there's a good bookmark manager workflow in Alfred that includes deleting (the stock Alfred bookmark feature will search and open bookmarks).