In this guide, we’ll show you how to export bookmarks from Chrome so you can take them with you to any new browser, whether it is Firefox, Safari, or Opera.
A carefully curated bookmark list makes browsing the web a lot easier. Exporting your bookmarks creates an HTML file that you can use to import them into many different browsers, allowing all of your bookmarks to be transferred. You could move them from one Chrome browser to another or to a different browser. If you haven’t checked out Chrome before, you can do so from this link. This guide will make it very easy for you to import your Chrome bookmarks to Firefox, or if you are a Mac user; to Safari.
How to export bookmarks from Chrome?
To export bookmarks from Chrome, first, open Google Chrome on your PC. After you have opened it, follow these simple steps:
- Click the three-dot menu icon in the top-right corner.
- Mouse over “Bookmarks.”
- Click on “Bookmark Manager.”
- Click the three-dot menu icon which is on the top blue bar.
- Select “Export Bookmarks.”
The result will be an HTML file with all of your bookmarks included. You may now choose where you want to save the file. If you wish, rename the file and then click “Save” when you’ve chosen a destination.
It is easy as that. We hope found this article on how to export bookmarks from Chrome. If you did, you might want to check our other guides such as how to reduce image size on Chrome browser, or how to take full page screenshot on Chrome and Firefox?