1. sonysan

    How about to use bookmarks export to html file?!
    You can import this html file on every another chrome browser!

  2. Victor

    I would think the following is simpler.

    1. Bookmark manager
    2. Organize->Export to HTML

  3. Jeremy

    Is it just me or is google development starting to suck? I used to rely on google toolbar bookmarks for so many things, and now it’s become a big pain in the butt to sync with my other computers. Nothing more frustrating than finding a good website at work, and then trying to find it again at home. I dont want to manually export HTML!!! Wake up google!

    1. Victor

      They have discontinued that in order to promote Google Chrome, which has syncing features (apps, bookmarks, settings, preferences, etc).

      Install Chrome. ;-)

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