MacMost Now 727: Safari Bookmarks Export Tricks

There are several ways to export bookmarks in Safari. You can use these techniques to archive old bookmarks and clean up your list in Safari. You can also create handy lists of links that can be stored elsewhere or uploaded to a web site.

Comments: 11 Responses to “MacMost Now 727: Safari Bookmarks Export Tricks”

    Antrim
    7 years ago

    As usual, great info.

    John255
    7 years ago

    Gary,
    Terrific video. Thank you very much.
    What I would like to learn is how to sort Bookmarks in alphabetical order, on desk Mac and especially on iPad Safari.
    Thanks,
    John

      7 years ago

      No way to do that as far as I can tell. I guess the thinking is that it is so easy to search your bookmarks that there is no need to have them in a specific order.

    Roger Rossman
    7 years ago

    Great Tip.. I travel too so this will be great for that.. Thanks.

    Claire
    7 years ago

    I always learn sooooooo very much from you. Thank you

    Drama
    7 years ago

    Great video as usual.

    Only a question. I have my iPhone an iPad on the iCloud with sync bookmarks, but my iMac at home is Snow Leopard so I don’t have iCloud there. Is ther any way to merge the bookmarks from the cloud with the ones in my iMac?

    Thanks in advance!!

    Monitor Gold
    7 years ago

    How do I export bookmarks I use in Safari on my iphone to my windows 7 PC?

      7 years ago

      Depends on where you sync your iphone. If you sync to that same PC, then try syncing bookmarks (sync options in iTunes). Not sure of the options there exactly since it is Windows.

    richard hrisch
    7 years ago

    Hi Gary,
    How can I transfer all bookmarks from iMac to iPhone all at once?
    Thank you.

      7 years ago

      The best way is not to “transfer” them at all. Instead, use iCloud to keep the bookmarks between the two in sync.

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