moderated Re: How To Access Bookmarks In Google Chrome
Pastor Gil Pries <gilp@...>
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I use Microsoft Edge Chromium.
I imported my favorites from Internet Explorer, as well as my passwords, cookies, and settings.
It was easy to do.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Van Lant, Robin via groups.io
Sent: Monday, June 1, 2020 4:12 PM
Subject: Re: How To Access Bookmarks In Google Chrome
Like Orlando, I also still use the Favorites folder I initially created in Internet Explore. I have a shortcut on my desktop. If I want to ad another link to it, I’ll open the page in IE, and save the favorite with Alt D, then it’s there. Since Chrome is my default browser, clicking on the link in the Favorites folder on my desktop opens it in Chrome.
I really miss the Favorites folder that was associated with IE. I would love to be able to save bookmarks from Firefox and Google to the Favorites folder and search by first letter and have them open up in whatever our default browser is instead of each browser having it’s own list of bookmarks. I have saved bookmarks in Firefox and in Chrome, but I then forget which one and can’t find them again when I want them.
Love in Christ
It's too bad there seems to be no easy way to merge the list of favorites imported from IE with the list of bookmarks created in Chrome itself to create a single list that could be navigated by first letter navigation.
On 5/26/2020 10:46 AM, Marie wrote:
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