Chrome Bookmarking Tips
Here are some tips you can use with your Google Chrome Bookmarks:
Before organizing your bookmarks, it is best to go through and create all of the folders you will need first. This will prevent you from having to stop what you are doing and create a new folder every time you need one.
If you bookmark a lot of pages, create folders for these pages and save the bookmark in that folder when you actually save the bookmark, rather than simply saving it and then moving it later. You will have the option to do so when you press CTRL + D on your keyboard and the Save Bookmark dialog box opens.
Be careful when deleting your bookmarks, because once you press the Delete key on your keyboard, it will be gone forever. Google Chrome does not ask you whether you are sure you want to delete the bookmark before removing it.
To create a folder inside of another folder, double click the folder in which you want to place the other folder. Once the folder is open, click Organize and then select Add Folder and a new folder will be added. Doing this allows you to save several similar folders inside of a parent folder.
To see all of your subfolders, use the arrows beside the main folders in the left panel. Clicking the arrows beside the main folders will expand the folders so that you will be able to see the subfolders. Also from there, you can click on the different folders to see the contents in that folder.
To reorder your bookmarks, click inside the right panel and then click the Organize button at the top. In the menu, you will see Reorder by Title. Click on that option and your bookmarks will sort alphabetically by page titles.