Make a naming scheme for your bookmarks.
Mine is rather simple.
Safespots are named „ss#“ with # being the number being raised with every bookmark. Sometimes I add things like „ss2 (central)“ to it or „ss3 (deepsafe)“ in brackets to further describe the bookmark.
My tacticals on gates consist of three parts:
[System gate leads to] + @[distance] + [orientation]
That would look like this:
O3-4MN @400 side
QRFJ-K @250 top
The last part is super useful as it enables me to differentiate between different pings on the same gate like: top, topside, below, belowside, side, otherside, etc.
Paired with the distance in kilometers, I can easily choose a good bookmark to warp to.
If I expect to get combat probed, I also warp at range to my bookmarks to avoid to compromise them.
Oh, and I also have a „tmp“folder where I safe temporary things like pings made mid fight or signatures that are expected to be gone within a few days.
There is also an option to bind a shortcut that skips all the subfolders. When holding down that key and right click you get the list of local bookmarks directly.
You can also just hit „L“ which should open a window with your all bookmarks of you current system.
Sadly it’s not updating on system change automatically.
Hope that was useful to you.