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How to Export Bookmarks from Chrome

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In this article, you’ll learn how to export your Google Chrome bookmarks as a file on your Windows or Mac computer.

Open Chrome and go to Menu > Bookmarks > Bookmark manager to export and save your bookmarks. Then click the three-dot icon and select “Export Bookmarks.” Finally, choose where to save your Chrome bookmarks. However, for more understanding, you can follow the steps below.

  • Open Google Chrome. Click the Chrome app icon, which resembles a red, yellow, green, and blue sphere.
  • Click the icon with three vertical dots at the top right corner. This will bring out a drop-down menu.
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  • Then, select “Bookmarks” near the top of the drop-down menu. When you select it, it prompts a pop-out menu.
  • In the drop-down menu, click “Export Bookmarks,” It will then open a File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac) window.

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  • Finally, choose a name and destination and click “Save.”

If you want to transfer your Chrome bookmarks to a new computer, you can save the HTML file to a flash drive or an external hard drive. Or, you can save your Chrome bookmarks to your desktop and email them to yourself as an attachment.

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After exporting your Chrome bookmarks, you can import them to a new computer. Follow the steps below to find out how:

How To Import Chrome Bookmark

To import your Chrome bookmarks, follow the steps below:

  • Open Google Chrome.
  • Click the icon with three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
  • Next, go to Bookmarks > Bookmark manager.
  • Next, click on the icon with three vertical dots next to the search bar.
  • Next to the Bookmarks search bar, you will find this under the Chrome address bar.
  • Then click “Import Bookmarks.” It will then open the computer’s open file dialog box and prompt you to load a file. Next, choose the HTML file you saved to import your Chrome bookmarks.
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  • Finally, select the saved bookmarks HTML file and click “Open.” All your bookmarks will then be imported.

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