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I like to use multiple browsers and always play with any new browser in town. And then, quite often I import / export my bookmarks. If you are looking to move your browser bookmarks to a different browser then I can help you.
In this post, I will show you how to import and export bookmarks and other data in:
- Microsoft Edge
- internet browser
- Click on the three vertical dots menu in the upper right corner and go to Bookmarks> Import bookmarks and settings.
- Then select an installed browser to directly import the bookmarks, or select the HTML file from your PC. When importing directly, you can also select the type of data, such as browser history, bookmarks, passwords, and search engines. Click on to import when you have finished importing the data.
- Click on the three vertical dots menu again and go to Bookmarks> Bookmark manager.
- To go Organize > Export bookmarks to an HTML file. An HTML file will be ready for.
- From the top bar, click the Show bookmarks and select Show all bookmarks. You can also use Ctrl + Shift + B for this.
- Then click on the Import and backup menu at the top and click Import bookmarks from HTML to import them from an HTML file, or click Import data from another browser to select another browser to import data directly.
Of the same Import and backup menu, click the Export bookmarks to HTML option and save the HTML.
- Open the Opera menu from the upper left corner and click Settings. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut Alt + P.
- Here move to Browser menu section on the left and click the Import bookmarks and settings button under the Default browser Vault.
- You can now select a supported browser from the drop-down list or select “Bookmark HTML file”Option to import from an HTML file.
Unfortunately, Opera does not support the export function. However, you can use Bookmark import and export Opera extension to get this functionality. Install and open the extension, and click the To export to the bookmarks HTML file.
- Click on the three horizontal dots menu in the upper right corner and select Settings.
- Now click on the Import from another browser button under the Import favorites and other information” button.
- You can then select a supported browser or click on the Import from file to import from an HTML file.
Go to the “Import your information“Again and click on the”Export to file“To the HTML file.
Note: the export is only available in Windows 10 Creators Update. In case you haven’t updated Windows 10 to Creators Update, you can use this third-party tool Edge Manage to export favorites.
- Click on the Star in the upper right corner and click the small inverted arrow next to the Add to favorites button. Here click on the Import and export option.
- A wizard will open. Here you can select Import from another browser or Import from file option and then follow the wizard to import data.
- Open the same “Import and export“Wizard and select the”Export to a file“option.
- On the next page, you can select the type of data you want to export, including Favorites, Feeds and Cookies. Then click next to end the process and the HTML file.
- Click on the Vivaldi menu button in the upper left corner and select Import bookmarks and settings from the File option.
- In the drop-down menu, you can select a supported browser or HTML file. Interestingly, Vivaldi also supports importing Opera data, although Opera natively does not support the export feature.
To export bookmarks, go to File menu again and select “Export bookmarks“To the HTML file.
When importing data, try automatically import from an installed browser instead of an HTML file. This way, you can import more data, including cookies, bookmarks, history, and saved passwords.
The exported HTML file usually only contains bookmarks, so direct import is better and more convenient.
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