Have you switched to Google Chrome from Firefox? If so, then you probably want to transfer all your valuable bookmarks and possibly a well-organized bookmarks toolbar to Chrome.
The process of transferring bookmarks between browsers is quite simple. You can pretty much follow these steps to transfer bookmarks between any two browsers.
First, you need to export your Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file. To do this, click the “Bookmarks” button on the toolbar.
In the latest version of Firefox, you need to click on the new icon that looks like a set of books on a shelf and select Bookmarks.
Then click on Show All Bookmarks at the bottom.
Note that you can also press CTRL + SHIFT + B keyboard shortcut.
The library window will open with all bookmarks selected. Click Import & Backup and then select Export Bookmarks to HTML from the list.
The “Export Bookmarks File” dialog box appears. Provide a name for the HTML file in the File Name edit box and choose a location to save the file. Click Save.
Close Firefox and open Google Chrome. Click the hamburger icon in the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, click Bookmarks, and choose Bookmark Manager from the menu.
In the Bookmark Manager dialog box, click the gear icon in the upper right corner and select Import Bookmarks.
The “Open” dialog box appears. Navigate to the folder where you saved your Firefox bookmarks file. Select the HTML file and click Open.
Firefox bookmarks are imported to the Imported folder in the bookmarks bar.
You can see the bookmarks on the right when you click Imported. The Firefox Bookmarks toolbar is also imported into the Imported folder.
If you want these bookmarks to appear directly on the Chrome bookmarks toolbar, simply drag the folder onto the bookmarks bar item in the list on the left.
Your bookmarks from the Firefox bookmarks bar are now available in the Chrome bookmarks bar.
If you don’t have the bookmarks bar enabled in Chrome, you can click on the hamburger icon and then click Bookmarks to see all your bookmarks.
You now have access to Firefox bookmarks in Google Chrome. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to comment. Enjoy!