Just like most other modern web browsers, Google Chrome also has a bookmark feature to allow you save a certain URL from your searching activities to be read later. While some people may consider this feature as not that important, bookmark is basically more useful than you thought.
I am pretty sure that most of you rely on Google to search for webpages for a certain need. When you use Google to search for your preferred webpages, chances are you will find multiple webpages with the same quality. Good quality. Since you have not much time to read all of those webpages you decide to bookmark them to be read later. If you frequently do this, you will have so many bookmarks on your Google Chrome and letting them unorganized will lead you to a headache when you need one of them in the future.
Funnily, most Google Chrome users just pressing the CTRL+D buttons or clicking the bookmark icon each time they want to bookmark a certain webpage, without even giving a catchy name.
Google is actually features a bookmark manager to enable you manage your bookmarked webpages. This feature is pretty useful and helpful to keep your bookmarks organized. This article will show you how to get the most out of this feature.
- Click the three-line menu at the top-right corner and choose Bookmarks –> Bookmark manager. Or simply press the CTRL+SHIFT+ O button.
- Click the Folders menu at the lower top-left corner and select Add folder. Give your new folder a name based on the category of the webpages you want to bookmark to it.
- Visit a webpage you want to bookmark and click the bookmark icon inside the address bar or simply press the CTRL+D button.
- Before pressing the Done button be sure to rename the webpage with your preferred one. Make it as catchy as possible to ease you in finding it later. Don’t forget to select a folder you have created before to make it more organized.
- To access your bookmarks just simply go to the bookmark manager (CTRL+SHIFT+O) and select the existing folder or use the search bar if you have too many bookmarks.
Furthermore, Google Chrome also allows you to both import and export bookmarks from and to HTML file. To do this, just select a certain bookmark folder and click the Organize menu and select the last two options on the menu depends on what you want to do.