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Google Chrome: How to export bookmarks

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We offer several ways for you to export bookmarks from your Google Chrome browser, whether you are switching to another browser or just creating a backup. The process of exporting bookmarks from Google Chrome is very simple, as Google makes it very straightforward.

Its Bookmark feature is similar to that of other browsers in that it allows users to save any website or webpage link and then access it quickly by simply clicking the link. Chrome’s bookmarking feature is extremely simple; you simply need to click on the star icon at the end of the address bar or press Ctrl + D on a computer with Windows or Command + D on a computer with Mac OS.


When you export Chrome bookmarks, you will preserve a copy of the valuable website links that you frequently visit and use across all your devices. Today, we will facilitate the process of exporting Chrome bookmarks so that you can keep a copy of the links to the valuable websites that you frequently use.

How to Export Bookmarks from Chrome on Windows and Mac

Whether you use a Mac or a Windows computer, exporting your bookmarks from the Chrome browser is very easy. Read on to learn how.

If you are using Google Chrome on your computer and wish to export the bookmarks, please follow the steps below:

Step 1: Launch the Google Chrome web browser on your computer.

Step 2: From the top-right corner, click on the three-dot icon.


Step 3: Click Bookmarks and Lists, then click Bookmark Manager.

Export Bookmarks from Chrome

Step 4: On Windows or Mac, you can navigate directly to the Bookmarks page by pressing the Ctrl + Shift + O keys.

Step 5: To do this, click on the three-dot icon at the top of the window.

Bookmarks page

Step 6: Choose Export Bookmarks.

Export Bookmarks.

Step 7: If you do not wish to make any changes, you may keep the default name and location for your exported bookmarks file.

Step 8: To export the file, click on the Save button.

click on the Save button.

The following steps can be taken to verify that all of your bookmarks were successfully exported: go to the location on your computer where you saved the HTML file. In the browser of your choice, open the file and you will be able to view a list of all your bookmarks.

How to Import Chrome Bookmarks to Other Browsers

While the steps vary from browser to browser, here is an outline of the common steps to import your Chrome bookmarks into another browser such as Firefox, Brave, Safari, etc.

Step 1: Launch your PC’s browser.

Step 2: Select Bookmarks Manager from the menu.

Step 3: Select Import Data from Another Browser, Import Bookmarks, or a similar option from the menu.

Step 4: Choose a browser if prompted and then select the file from your computer.

Step 5: Export the bookmarks to the browser by following the on-screen instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I Import Chrome Bookmarks to Any Browser?

It is possible to export your Google Chrome browser’s bookmarks and import them into any web browser available on the market once the bookmarks have been exported.

Q. Why Export Bookmarks in Chrome?

The only thing you need to do is export your bookmarks, whether you want to keep a backup or wish to migrate your bookmarks to a new browser.

Q. Can I Export All My Chrome Bookmarks?

Open the Chrome browser and click the three-dot icon in the top-right corner of the browser. You will be able to export and save all bookmarks with one click. Next, select Bookmarks and Lists > Bookmark Manager, and click the three-dot icon at the top right. Select Export Bookmarks from the context menu, and select the name and location of your Chrome bookmarks.

Q. How Can I Export Chrome Bookmarks from Android or iPhone?

The bookmarks cannot be directly exported from the Chrome app, but you can sync them with your Google account and then export them from your computer by logging in to the same account.

I hope this article helped you achieve your goal of exporting the bookmarks of your Chrome browser, keeping a backup, or transferring them to another browser. These are the simple steps you can follow to export those bookmarks. If you have any questions regarding the article, please let us know in the comments section.

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