Import browser favorites to Chrome, Edge and Firefox


When you switch to a new browser, you naturally want to take your browser favorites with you. You can do this by importing them into the new browser you will be using. In this article we explain how importing browser favorites works in the popular browsers Chrome, Edge and Firefox.

Import favorites into Chrome

First of all, there is Google Chrome. Importing your browser favorites in this web browser is easy and fast. When Chrome is open, click the Chrome menu icon in the top right corner, select the option bookmarks in this menu and then choose the option Import bookmarks and settings

A new window will then open, you have to select the source of the favorites by clicking on the small arrow to expand the options available, namely: from FireFox, Internet Explorer or from an HTML file† Once the settings are made, click on Import† Your browser favorites are now imported.

Import favorites into Chrome

Microsoft Edge has a similar function, so here too you can import your browser favorites from another browser. To do this, open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more (the three dots) at the top of the window. Then select Favorites, Import† Here you select whether you want to import the favorites from another browser or from a saved HTML file.

After you’ve made your choice, choose the file you want to import. When the import is complete, you’ll see a notification. Select Ready† If you imported from a file, the imported favorites will be in a folder on the toolbar Favorites† The folder is called Imported

Import favorites into Firefox

It is also possible to import favorites in Mozilla Firefox. To do this, go to the menu button and click the menu button to open the menu panel. click on bookmarks and then click on the bar Manage bookmarks at the bottom. In the window Library click now Import and backup and select your data from another browser.

A window will then open in which you can select the browser containing the favorites. Select the browser that contains the bookmarks or other data and proceed to the next screens to complete the import.

Now you know how to quickly and easily import your browser favorites into a browser of your choice. Whether you’re using Chrome, Edge or Firefox, you can quickly get on with your work.

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