Archive for July 14th, 2016

by Tom Nelson & Mary F. O’Connor

Bookmarks are an easy way to both keep track of your favorite sites and mark interesting sites for later, when you might have more time to spend exploring them.

The problem with bookmarks is that they can easily get out of hand. One way to get and keep them under control is to store them in folders. Of course, the process is easier if you set up folders before you start saving bookmarks, but it’s never too late to get organized.


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The Safari Sidebar

The easiest way to manage your bookmarks is through the Safari sidebar (sometimes referred to as the bookmarks editor). To access the Safari sidebar:

  • Click the Bookmarks menu and select Show Bookmarks. If you’re using an older version of Safari, the menu item may say Show All Bookmarks.
  • An alternative method to reveal the Safari sidebar is to use the Sidebar button in the Safari toolbar. It looks a little like an open book.

With the Safari Sidebar open, you can add, edit, and delete bookmarks, as well as add or delete folders or subfolders.

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