The Bookmark Bar on Google Chrome is one of my favorite and most used piece of technology. It seems pretty simple, but there are so many features that I didn’t know about until recently.
To open your bookmark manager on Google Chrome, click on the three vertical dots in the very top right corner of the window. Find “bookmarks” and hover over it to open the menu. Click on “Bookmark Manager”.
Let’s organize with folders. Click the three vertical dots on the blue header and click “add folder”. You can organize your bookmarks into the different classes you have, or by another system.
Click the star in the address bar to bookmark a page. I like to delete the text so that only the icons appear in the bookmark bar. It makes everything fit easier and look nicer.
Once you have all the pages bookmarked, you can right-click on the folder and open ALL THE PAGES AT ONCE!!!
You can see here that I have organized my bookmark bar by rainbow color. I have a few folders where I keep pages I want to open all at once, but for the most part this works for me.
Think about the pages you use often. Keep going back to your bookmarks a few times a year and purge the pages you don’t use often.