What are your favorite quotes?
FavQs allows you to collect, discover, and share your favorite quotes.
Free to Join
Join today to:
- Fav Quotes
- Add Quotes
- Tag Quotes
- Vote on Quotes
- Get a Quote of the Day
- Follow Authors, Tags, & Users
- Subscribe to one "Quote of the Day" topic
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FavQs Pro additionally offers:
- Private Quotes
- Apply a Theme
Membership is $5.99 USD for a one year subscription.
No Recurring Charges
We will not charge your credit card when your subscription expires. In fact, we do not even store (or see) your credit card details. Stripe.com handles payments through our website and they are incredibly good at what they do.
We will send you one email reminder a week before your subscription expires. That's it! We want to win your business each year because you love the features Pro has to offer, not because you forgot to cancel your subscription.
If you happen to let your subscription expire, your private quotes will not be deleted or made public. You will always be able to export them, at any time.
You can commit to several years of Pro by buying additional years. These will show up as "Reserve" on your Pro page, and one will be redeemed a week before your subscription expires.
Lastly, you may purchase FavQs Pro for someone. If you like their quotes, or they helped you discover a new quote, you can reward them. On the user's profile page, there is a button at the bottom to buy one year of FavQs Pro for them.
I'm not in this to collect your data and sell it to 3rd parties. If you want a service that does that, there are plenty of them out there. I love quotes, just like you do, and I want to give you the best experience to enjoy them, while respecting your privacy.
I will never sell or share personally identifiable information, like your email address or private quotes, to anyone.
- Scott Gose, Creator of FavQs
Fav a Quote
At the heart of FavQs is the ability for you to mark a quote as a "fav". Simply click on the heart icon to do so.
Vote on a Quote
You can also influence the ranking of quotes by voting on them. Simply click the up or down arrow to cast your vote.
Quotes vs Dialogues
You can add your favorite Quote or Dialogue. A Quote has one author whereas a Dialogue will have more than one.
For example, here's a Quote:
And here's a Dialogue:
|Surely you can't be serious.”: “|
: “I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.”
source: Airplane!, 1980. Film.
Quotes show the number of people who have "fav'd" and voted on that quote.
Double-check your spelling and punctuation before submitting a quote.
Once the quote has been submitted, you can no longer edit it.
Private Quotes Pro
A Pro user can add private quotes. These are denoted by the lock symbol.
No one would be able to see this quote except the user who created it.
The user who creates a Private quote has the choice to convert it to a Public quote.
Tags (a.k.a., "popular tags")
Quotes have tags associated with them. These tags are generated when enough people tag a quote with the same Personal Tag. Think of these tags as "popular" tags.
Popular tags are sometimes noted with the following icon:
For example, the quote below is tagged with "ambition" because several users have personally tagged it with the word "ambition".
You can add a Personal Tag to a quote by adding it to the "Personal Tags" field. Personal Tags are a great way to organize your favorite quotes.
Personal tags are sometimes noted with the following icon:
For example, our sample user has personally tagged this quote as "funny". Since several other users have as well, the personal-tag is also showing up as a popular tag.
When you add a quote, there is an optional field to provide the source of the quote. The provenance of a quote is just as important as the quote itself to many of our users. If you know where the quote is from, please provide a detailed description of its origin.
source: William Shakespeare's Sonnet 73
Some quotes can be sourced directly using a URL. If you have a URL that directly identifies the origin of your quote, you can include that in the source field. For example:
A quote might require setup or background information in order to understand or deepen the meaning of a quote. Therefore, there is an optional "Context" field when you add a quote.
“Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world?”
context: Persuading John Sculley (then CEO of Pepsi) to become Apple's CEO
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