How can I copy bookmarks from Chrome

Internet Google Chrome: Import bookmarks


Once you've saved your bookmarks as an HTML file, you can easily import them into Google Chrome. It doesn't matter whether the bookmarks come from Google Chrome or another browser. Here's a guide on how to export bookmarks from Google Chrome.

A plus point of Google Chrome: In contrast to importing bookmarks into Firefox, your current bookmarks are not overwritten. Instead, your imported bookmarks are stored in the folder "Imported" saved.

Import bookmarks into Google Chrome

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

quick start Guide

  1. Open Google Chrome and click the right mouse button on the Bookmarks bar. Then select the "Bookmark manager" out.
  2. click on the three points right in the middle.
  3. Then select "Import bookmarks" out.
  4. A new window is opening up. Navigate to the Location Your HTML bookmarks file. Choose Your file and click on "to open".
  5. You can now find your imported bookmarks directly in the bookmarks bar. There you are in the folder "Imported".
  6. From the folder "Imported"You can easily access the saved websites and folders via Drag and drop move to the actual bar.