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Create, view, and edit bookmarks in Google Chrome



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bookmarks in Google Chrome store a link to a site that you want to return to later, much like inserting a bookmark into a book. There are several ways you can create, view, and edit your bookmarks.

Creating a bookmark

Start Chrome, navigate to a Web site, and then click the star icon in the omnibox. Here you can change the name of the bookmark and specify a specific folder. However, we leave this alone at first. Click Done.

  Click the star icon in the omnibox, and then click

Repeat this step for all your favorite sites.

When you save a bookmarked page, Google Chrome not only remembers this page, but it also uses it when you type something into the omnibox. For example, type the first few letters of the title of a saved page in the address bar. For example, "How" for the How-to-Geek website. Notice how Chrome suggests the page that matches your input in the omnibox.

 Enter a portion of a bookmark's title to display in the Omnibox search results.

Even if it's you If you're signed in to the same Google Account in Chrome that you use on all other devices, you can sync all your bookmarks from these devices.

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That was & # 39; s! Bookmarked pages you visit are marked with a blue star in the omnibox to inform you that they are already stored in the browser.

Viewing bookmarks

There are several ways to view all Bookmarks stored in Google Chrome, depending on whether you use the bookmarks bar or want to keep the browser as minimal as possible.

Using the bookmarks bar

You can use the bookmarks bar to access one of your most visited bookmarks by clicking. A thin bar under the omnibox, where you can insert the links you visit most often.

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If you do not see all of your bookmarks in the bar, they may be stored in the Other Bookmarks folder, or they may be behind the ">>" icon.

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Otherwise, you can access your bookmarks directly from the Chrome menu.

Click the menu icon, then point to Bookmarks. Among the few options is a list of all your bookmarks.

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. Bookmark Manager opens in a new tab with everything you've ever saved.

 The landing page of the Bookmark Manager.

Editing Bookmarks

If you need to change the name, URL, or location of a bookmark, you can do so in one of the following ways, as we have discussed above.

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Editing in the bookmarks bar or bookmarks menu

Find the bookmark you want to edit either in the bookmarks bar or in the Chrome menu (using the methods highlighted above). Right-click the bookmark, and then click Edit.

 Right-click a bookmark in the bookmarks bar, and then click

In the window that opens, you can change the name, URL (though you should not change it normally) and the folder where it is stored by selecting the destination folder. If you have edited the bookmark, click on "Save".

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Edit in Bookmark Manager

If you need to do more than edit the name of a bookmark, the Bookmark Manager is the easiest way. Here you can rearrange your bookmarks or optimize them in other ways.

Press Ctrl + Shift + O on Windows / Chrome OS or Command + Shift + O on Mac to open Bookmark Manager. On the new tab, click the menu icon next to the bookmark you want to edit, and then click Edit.

 Click the menu icon next to a bookmark, and then click

Just as in the previous method, you can rename the bookmark or change the URL, and then click Save when you get the update completed.

 Change the bookmark name or URL. Click

. If you want to reorganize your bookmarks, drag them to one of the folders in the left pane.

 Drag a bookmark into one of the folders in the left.


That's all there is to do! Now that you know how to create, view, and edit your bookmarks, read our guide to get the most out of the bookmarks bar and become a true Google Chrome power user.

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