It’s critical to back up your Chrome bookmarks and export them. The links should be revisited frequently or at a later time. Other browsers are unable to access Chrome bookmarks. If you decide to switch browsers, Chrome makes it simple to export and store your bookmarks.
All major browsers allow you to export and import bookmarks/favorites across various browsers as well as within the same browser. Bookmarks allow you to bookmark a web page to a certain web browser so that you may return to it easily later. Check out the instructions for exporting your bookmarks from Chrome.
To add bookmarks to Chrome, follow these steps:
Open Chrome on your computer, phone, or tablet running Android.
Visit a site you’d like to return to in the future.
Tap ‘More,’ which appears as three dots to the right of the address bar.
Then, to save, touch on Star.
Here’s how to export Google Chrome bookmarks:
Launch Google Chrome
The three-dot icon in the top-right corner should be tapped.
After that, choose ‘Bookmarks.’ A dropdown menu will appear; choose the ‘Bookmark manager’ option from the list.
Select the Organize option from the drop-down menu.
The three-dot ‘organise’ symbol is located on the blue bar directly below the address bar.
Select Export Bookmarks from the drop-down menu.
A dialogue box will display once you press on the export bookmarks option. Give the file a name and save it as an HTML document.