The Internet is filled with so many things to read, watching, and otherwise absorb. But between jobs, family, and life, content sometimes needs to be saved for later.

Chnl is another one of those services that lets you bookmark content to be revisited and shared. It received $1.5 million in funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Chnl puts your favorited content in to a landing page, which you can then share with other people.

The company, of course, has a lot of competitors including content-specific companies like Instapaper, which lets you save articles, to image-focused companies like Pinterest. Even your browser has a bookmark tool that lets you save any website.

Chnl is based in Santa Monica, Calif. and was founded in 2010. The funding was provided by Dale Okuno.