Bookmarks are a great way to save and find your favorite websites and pages quickly. If you’re working on a project and need to share some links with colleagues, or if you really just want to have them handy on all your devices, exporting bookmarks from Chrome can help. This article will teach you how to export bookmarks from Chrome easily.
Export bookmarks from Chrome
Export bookmarks from Chrome by following these steps:
1. Open Chrome and click on the three-line menu icon in the top right corner of the browser window. This will open a drop-down menu that includes “Bookmarks Manager,” “History,” and “Bookmarks.”
2. Click on the “Bookmarks” option to see your list of bookmarks. You can choose to export all, or individual, bookmarks. If you want to export all of your bookmarks at once, click on the green “Export All Bookmarks” button at the top of the page.
3. A pop-up box will appear that allows you to specify where you would like to save your exported bookmarks. Choose a destination folder that is easy for you to find and click on “Save.”
How to export bookmarks from Chrome
1. Right-click on the bookmarks bar in Chrome and select “Add Bookmark.”
2. On the next screen, enter the name of your new bookmark and how you want it to appear in your bookmarks bar.
**If you want to export all of your bookmarks as a .csv file, check the box for “Export my bookmarks as a CSV file” at the bottom of this page.
3. Click on “Create bookmark” at the bottom of this page and your bookmark will be saved on your computer.
Import bookmarks into other browsers
If you want to share your Chrome bookmarks with others, you can export them as a file and import them into another browser, such as Safari. To do this, open the Export Bookmarks menu in the Chrome menu bar. Once there, select File > Export Bookmarks. Save the file to your computer or just click on the Download button in the bottom-right corner of the window to save it to Google Drive.
Once you have saved your current bookmarks file, press Command + ‘+’ (Mac) or Control + ‘+’ (PC) to add more bookmarks and/or folders. After that, click on File > Import Bookmarks on top of your browser window and then choose where you want to save your new bookmarks including on Google Drive.
Export passwords and form history
To export bookmarks, you’ll first want to head to the Bookmarks menu by clicking on the three lines in the top-right corner. When you do, you’ll see a list of all your bookmarks. To export these, click Export Bookmarks from the bottom left corner of the screen. A window will then pop up where you can choose whether or not to export passwords and form history for these bookmarks.
If you want to keep them private, choose Do Not Export Passwords and instead select Don’t Export Form History when prompted. If you want to share these with other people later, select Choose File and then pick a file that you would like to import into a different device or computer.
into your Google account
Before you can export bookmarks from Chrome, you need to make sure that the passwords in your list are saved in your Google account. To do this, go to the “Bookmarks” tab and select “Manage Bookmarks.” This will bring up a menu where you can add or remove bookmarks from the list. Next, select “More Settings,” then “Import Password.” Here, you’ll be asked to enter your password for the Google account associated with the Chrome browser. On successful login, this password will be saved as a new bookmark.
Import from history
Press Ctrl + H to access the “History” panel. From there, click on the bookmark you want to export and then press CTRL + C. Now, go back up to the top of the page and press CTRL + V. That’s it! You have successfully exported your bookmark from Chrome.