We, the Google Chrome users, browse lots of websites everyday. Some of them, we visit repeatedly and some of them are so important for use, so we bookmark them for quick browsing. It become necessary to export bookmarks when we need to change browser or change our device.
In this tutorial, I am going to show you, how can we easily and quickly export bookmarks from Google Chrome browser. So let’s go ahead and get started.
Video: Export Bookmarks from Google Chrome Browser
If you don’t like to watch video, here is our in detail guide with pictures to export bookmarks from Chrome.
Step-1: Open Google Chrome Bookmark Manager
The first thing you need to do is simply open up your Google Chrome browser. Then look into the top right corner and click on three dots to open the Chrome menu. Once the menu opens, go down to the Bookmarks and then select Bookmark manager.
Step-2: Export Bookmarks and Save Locally
Now we are in the Chrome bookmark manager. Look into the top right corner just under the Chrome three dots menu, there is another three dots icon. Click on these three dots icon and then go down to Export bookmarks.
Click on Export bookmarks. It will pop up a window for selecting location where you want to save your bookmarks.
Finally select a location and click on Save button. Now the Chrome bookmarks will save as html format. You can later import them on any web browser including chrome.
So this is how you can easily and quickly export bookmarks from Google Chrome browser. If you have any questions about this tutorial, please leave a comment below. I will get back to you as soon as I can. And don’t forget to bookmark our site for more tutorial like this.