The procedure for exporting Google Chrome favorites in HTML format is described below.
- Launch Google Chrome.
- Type chrome://bookmarks/ in the Google Chrome address bar and press enter.
- Click on the three-point reader to the right of the bookmark search bar and click on Export Bookmarks.
- Select where to save the HTML file and save it.
This article will explain in detail, with images, how to export Chrome favorites, which can be useful when switching computers.
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How to export "Favorites" in Google Chrome.
To export Google Chrome favorites, you need to operate Google Chrome.
First, launch Google Chrome and click on "Three-Point Reader" in the top right corner.
After clicking on "Three Point Reader" in the top right corner, the menu will expand downward.
Click on "Bookmarks" in that menu.
After clicking on "Bookmarks," the menu will expand toward either the left or right.
Click on "Bookmark Manager" in it.
You can also open the Bookmark Manager screen by pressing Ctrl + Shift + O on the keyboard or by typing chrome://bookmarks/ in the Google Chrome address bar and pressing enter.
After clicking on "Bookmark Manager," a page will open with the word "Bookmarks" prominently displayed in the upper left corner.
Click on "Three Point Reader" in the upper right corner again.
Click on the "three-point reader" on the right of the address bar, not the "three-point reader" one level below it.
After clicking on that "three-point reader," the menu will expand downward.
Click on "Export Bookmarks" in the expanded menu.
Export all bookmarks registered in Google Chrome.
Click on that "Export Bookmarks" and a window will appear where you can choose where to save the bookmarks.
Select the destination and click "Save" in the lower right corner.
The Google Chrome bookmarks are now exported.
Source of the exported Google Chrome favorites file.
Google Chrome favorites are exported in HTML format so you can open them in Notepad, Word, etc.
If you edit the contents of the file, it may not work properly as a bookmark file.
Do not edit the contents of the file.