Firefox lets you easily import bookmarks and other data from Google Chrome. This article gives you step-by-step instructions for getting it done.
- Click on the menu button to open the menu panel. Click the Library button on your toolbar. (If you don't see it there, click the menu button then click .) Click and then click the Show All BookmarksManage Bookmarks bar at the bottom.
- From the toolbar in the Library window, click and choose
- Tip: Another way to import from another browser is to click In in the Firefox menu bar at the top of the screen and select .Firefox version 76 and above, you can also click the menu button click Help and select from the Help menu.
- In the Import Wizard window that appears, select Chrome, then click
- Firefox will list the types of settings and information it can import. Select the items you want to import.
- Cookies: Small bits of information stored on your computer by some websites that are used to keep you logged in, store your options, or do other things.
- Browsing History: Information on the sites you have visited.
- Saved Passwords: (Starting in Firefox version 70)(macOS and Windows only) Your usernames and passwords that Chrome remembered.
- Bookmarks: Web pages you have saved in your Chrome bookmarks.
- Click to import the selected items. The wizard shows what was imported.
- Click to close the window. The items you selected should now be available.
Because Chrome defaults to saving bookmarks in its bookmarks toolbar, you should be able to find your imported bookmarks in a folder named From Google Chrome in the Firefox Bookmarks Toolbar.
The Bookmarks Toolbar may be hidden. To show the Bookmarks Toolbar:
- Click the menu button and choose .
- Click the
- Click the button.