Mozilla has made a huge move by releasing Firefox Quantum in the late of 2017. Firefox Quantum brought the most changes in the Firefox releases history. Many parties praised Firefox Quantum, arguing it would be the Google Chrome killer. Based on the same reason, you probably want to make a switch from Chrome to Firefox. If so, one of the things you need to bring with you is the bookmarks you have on Chrome.
Both Chrome and Firefox have a bookmark manager. Not only you can use the bookmark manager on each browser to save and manage bookmarks, it also useful when you want to make a switch from one browser to each one.
If you want to make a switch from Chrome to Firefox, you can firstly export the bookmarks you have on Chrome to be imported to Firefox. Here are the steps to do so.
Exporting bookmarks on Chrome
To export bookmarks on Chrome, you can click the Chrome menu (the three-dot icon at the left-most) and select Bookmarks –> Bookmark manager. Or simply press the Ctrl+Shift+O button on your keyboard.
Then, click the three-dot icon at the top-right corner of the bookmark page and select Export Bookmarks. Don’t forget to save the bookmarks file. It will be saved in a HTML file.
Importing the Chrome bookmarks to Firefox
To import bookmarks on Firefox, you can click the Bookmarks menu and select Show All Bookmarks. Or, you can also simply press the Ctrl+Shift+O button on your keyboard.
On the bookmarks manager window, click the Import and Backup menu and select Import Bookmarks from HTML.
Select the HTML file of the bookmarks you have exported from Chrome on the step 1 above and click Open. Done! You should now get all of your Chrome bookmarks on Firefox.