Whenever you visit a web page on Google Chrome and you seem to like it or you might feel like you will need to revisit this page in the future, then the first thing that you do is to bookmark that page for future reference. By doing this, your Google Chrome browser starts maintaining a catalog of all those pages that you have bookmarked.
However, at some point, you might want to take a look at all those pages that you have bookmarked at once. For doing so, Google Chrome provides you the facility of exporting all the bookmarks in the form of an html file.
Here at LinuxAPT, we shall look into the method of exporting the bookmarks in Google Chrome on a Linux Mint 20 system.
Steps to export the Bookmarks in Google Chrome on Linux Mint 20
1. Select the Bookmarks Option from the Kebab Menu of Google Chrome
To access the Bookmarks option of Google Chrome, you need to launch its Kebab Menu by clicking on its icon.
Then, you need to select the Bookmarks option from the menu that appears.
2. Navigate to the Bookmark Manager of Google Chrome
After that, you need to select the Bookmark Manager option from the sub-cascading menu.
3. Export all the Bookmarks of Google Chrome
- Then, you will be navigated to the page containing all of your saved bookmarks on Google Chrome.
- From here, you will have to click on the three-dot menu icon beside the Bookmarks label.
- Doing this will launch a menu on your screen from where you need to select the Export bookmarks option.
- After selecting this option, you will be asked to choose the location where you want to save the exported bookmarks.
- After selecting the desired location, you need to click on the Save button.
4. View the Exported Bookmarks of Google Chrome
Your exported bookmarks will be saved in the form of an html file at the specified location
You can double click on this file for viewing it.
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