Switching to a new browser can be a tedious task. There are many things that you need to adjust to. Getting used to the interface, the features, and other elements of the browser takes time.
You must also import all your data from your old browser to the new one for easy access. Saved passwords, bookmarks, extensions, etc., are some of the data that need to be moved to the new browser.
Recently, I had to transfer my data from the old browser to the Brave browser when I switched browsers. The reasons behind my switch were multifold.
One of the biggest reasons was the security concerns browsers like Google Chrome pose. While other browsers misuse and sell our data, Brave does the opposite! With its advanced features, it seeks to prevent users’ interests.
Bookmarks on browsers allow users to save a URL for future access. Bookmarks assist users in saving time, which is particularly important for websites with long or obscure URLs. It becomes highly inconvenient when your bookmarks aren’t stored in your browser.
You can import your bookmarks to the Brave browser in straightforward steps. Brave asks to import your bookmarks and preferences when you initially launch the browser. If you skipped the importing process while installing Brave on your PC, you might still use the import feature from the browser’s settings.
Import bookmarks to Brave
The Brave browser automatically import bookmarks from the existing browsers on your system. All you need to do is select the source browser and complete the import setup.
Here are the steps to import browser bookmarks to Brave computer:
- Launch the Brave browser on the computer.
- Click on the More menu for the options menu.
- Expand the Bookmarks menu, and select the Import bookmarks and Settings option.
It will open the bookmark importer window box.
- Select the Source Browser (say Chrome) from the drop-down options available.
- Enable the checkbox for the Favorites/Bookmarks option.
- Hit the
command button to complete the process.
A confirmation window will appear once you import the bookmarks. You can allow/block the browser from displaying all your bookmarks by toggling the switch. Click onto exit the importer.
You can also import the HTML file of the bookmarks by selecting the Bookmark HTML file under the drop-down and uploading the locally stored Bookmark file.
The imported bookmarks will automatically display on the Brave browser Bookmarks bar.
Bottom Line: Import Brave Bookmarks
The ease with which you can transition to Brave browser and transfer your data, like saved passwords and bookmarks, is impressive.
If you’re migrating from Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox to the Brave browser, you can effortlessly transfer all your data to the browser. You can transfer your bookmarks from your current browser to Brave browser during the setup or afterward.
Setting up the browser takes minutes, and transferring bookmarks during this process is the most recommended method. However, you can do it anytime, and the bookmarks will be moved to the browser within minutes.
I hope this extensive guide on transferring bookmarks to Brave browser was informative. Just give it a quick read, and you will quickly know what to do!