Help Desk
Bookmark a Webpage

Save the webpages you'd like to revisit by creating a bookmark.


Windows
Chrome
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To bookmark a webpage, click the star icon at the end of the address bar. It could look like or .
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You can see your bookmarks in three places:
  • Bookmarks Bar: The bookmarks bar is turned off by default, but it always appears on New Tab pages.
  • Bookmarks Menu: The list of bookmarks can be accessed through the Chrome menu > Bookmarks.
  • Bookmarks Manager: Click the Chrome menu > Bookmarks > Bookmark Manager.
Firefox
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To bookmark a webpage, click the star icon in the toolbar. It could look like or .
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You can see your bookmarks in two places:
  • Bookmarks Bar: Click the Bookmarks button .
  • Bookmarks Menu: The list of bookmarks can be accessed through the Bookmarks Bar > Show All Bookmarks.
Mac
Chrome
1
To bookmark a webpage, click the star icon at the end of the address bar. It could look like or .
2
You can see your bookmarks in three places:
  • Bookmarks Bar: The bookmarks bar is turned off by default, but it always appears on New Tab pages.
  • Bookmarks Menu: The list of bookmarks can be accessed through the Chrome menu > Bookmarks.
  • Bookmarks Manager: Click the Chrome menu > Bookmarks > Bookmark Manager.
Firefox
1
To bookmark a webpage, click the star icon in the toolbar. It could look like or .
2
You can see your bookmarks in two places:
  • Bookmarks Bar: Click the Bookmarks button .
  • Bookmarks Menu: The list of bookmarks can be accessed through the Bookmarks Bar > Show All Bookmarks.
Safari
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To bookmark a webpage, click the save icon in the toolbar > Add Bookmark.
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You can see your bookmarks in the Bookmarks Bar, click the Bookmarks Bar icon in the toolbar .