How to export bookmarks in Chrome
Google Chrome is a popular web browser with lots of interesting features to give you a good web browsing experience. The browser also has bookmarks feature that lets you bookmark web pages and manage bookmarks in folders. Google Chrome also syncs browser data including Bookmarks across the devices if you sign in using your Google account. All the Chrome browsers that use your account will sync bookmarks. But what if you want to take the backup of your bookmarks. Google Chrome gives an option to export. By using that way, you can export bookmarks in Chrome and keep it at a safe place. Later you can restore it whenever you want to.
Export bookmarks in Chrome
Here are the steps to export bookmarks in Chrome.
Launch Google Chrome and clog on the three dots on the top right. Now select Bookmarks and then Bookmark Manager from the menu. Alternatively, you can also type chrome://bookmarks/ in Chrome’s omnibar.
It will open the Bookmark Manager window. Here you need to click on the three dots on the top right.
From the menu, you need to select Export bookmarks.
It will ask you to select the location where you want to save bookmarks. Bookmarks will be saved in HTML format.
Now you can keep this HTML file at a safe place. This HTML file will have all the links you had in your bookmark list. You can always open the HTML file in your browser to get access to bookmark links. This HTML file can also be used to restore bookmarks later whenever you want.
Now you know how to export bookmarks in Chrome. The process is simple if you are a geek enough. If you are not, UseThisTip has most of the things covered. We try to write Tech tips to make tech easier for you. So, you should bookmark this website and keep visiting regularly to learn new tech tricks. You can use the menu or search to explore more articles. You can also follow us on different social media channels for real-time updates.
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