Google is revamping bookmarks in Chrome with a new extension

There’s no getting around it — bookmarks aren’t all that great. Google is hoping to make them a bit better with a new Chrome extension that, simply enough, is called Google Bookmark Manager. The extension swaps out the nigh-useless list of links for a grid of items illustrated with snapshots of the pages you’ve bookmarked. Your existing collection of links will be automatically grouped into to folders, and when you add a new item (by hitting the familiar star button as you browse), Google will suggest folders to help you organize your links as well. You can also manually add a photo or notes to a bookmark for easier retrieval later.

Perhaps most importantly, the extension brings Google’s powerful search tools to your bookmarks. Google…

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