This article explains how you can take bookmarks saved in an HTML file and add them to your Firefox bookmarks.
Firefox can automatically move bookmarks, passwords, history and other preferences from Chrome without deleting it or interfering with any of its settings.
We'll show you how to import bookmarks, preferences, browsing history, passwords and other information from another browser.
Firefox allows you to group your bookmarks into folders to organize them by topic or task, etc. This article explains how to organize your bookmarks this way.
We'll show you how to sort or rearrange your bookmarks in the sidebar or Library window view.
This article explains how to export your bookmarks to an HTML file, which can be used as a backup or for importing into another web browser.
Bookmarks are links to web pages that make it easy to get back to your favorite places. Learn the basics of making and managing bookmarks.
If your bookmarks have disappeared, it may be possible to recover them. Learn why bookmarks may seem to be missing and how to get them back.
You can export your Firefox bookmarks for use in other browsers. This guide shows you how to export your Firefox bookmarks and import them into Safari.
The New Tab page allows easy access to frequently and recently visited sites.
Firefox lets you easily import bookmarks and other data from Google Chrome. This article gives you step-by-step instructions for getting it done.
Use the "Subscribe to This Page" feature to add Live Bookmarks to Firefox and receive recent news and updates without visiting the website.
Learn how to restore the default Most Visited or Recent tags "Smart Bookmarks" folders if you deleted them.
This article describes different methods to delete pages from your Firefox Bookmarks.
Firefox lets you import bookmarks and other data from Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge. This article gives you step-by-step instructions for getting it done.
You can add "tags" to bookmarks. These tags are used to help categorize bookmarks so you can find them easier. Learn how they work.
You can export your Firefox bookmarks for use in other browsers. This guide shows you how to export your bookmarks and import them into Internet Explorer.
By displaying a website in a tab, Firefox lets you have multiple websites open inside a single window. This article covers the basics of using tabs.
Pinned Tabs (or App Tabs) allow you to keep your favorite web apps, like Facebook and Gmail, open and just a click away. This article explains how to use them.
Firefox warns when multiple tabs are closed, there is an option to disable this warning if not required
Firefox lets you sync your mobile bookmarks so you can access them on your desktop.
Firefox no longer supports built-in Live Bookmarks, but we’ve made it easy to continue using your feeds.
This article shows you what to do if you cannot add new bookmarks or make other changes to your bookmarks.