Actually, it is a bit of a shame that the Google Bookmarks will no longer be available from September 30, 2021, because you could not only save the bookmarks in the cloud and always have them ready, but you could also tag them to categorize them to a certain extent and to be able to find them more easily using the search function.
If you want to export Google’s bookmarks, you can do this very easily:
- Log into your Google account under which you also use the Google bookmarks.
- Go to the Google Bookmarks page.
- Click Export Bookmarks in the menu on the left.
- Select the export method.
Here you have the option of either downloading the bookmarks separately as an HTML document, or you can make it even more convenient and choose which browser the bookmarks should be automatically exported to. However, even if you choose automatic integration in the browser, we recommend that you load the file again separately and save it. Because the bookmarks are often older and not so easy to find again. Then at least you have a backup of it.
See fig. (Click to enlarge)