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How do I bookmark multiple tabs at once to a pre-existing folder, without creating a new folder?

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I don't get why I have to bookmark my tabs into a new folder, when there is a new folder button when you're selecting which folder to put the bookmarks into. It's a bit annoying that I have to go into the bookmark archives to move the bookmarks into the folder I meant to pur it in. It's the same shit with Chrome, and it was one of the reasons I switched to Firefox.

I don't get why I have to bookmark my tabs into a new folder, when there is a new folder button when you're selecting which folder to put the bookmarks into. It's a bit annoying that I have to go into the bookmark archives to move the bookmarks into the folder I meant to pur it in. It's the same shit with Chrome, and it was one of the reasons I switched to Firefox.

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Hi Svein, When I want to bookmark multiple tabs to an existing folder: Open the Bookmarks Sidebar Right-click on a tab and select Select All Tabs Then, drag the tabs and drop them to an existing folder

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Hi Svein, When I want to bookmark multiple tabs to an existing folder: Open the Bookmarks Sidebar Right-click on a tab and select Select All Tabs Then, drag the tabs and drop them to an existing folder

Hi Svein, When I want to bookmark multiple tabs to an existing folder: Open the Bookmarks Sidebar Right-click on a tab and select Select All Tabs Then, drag the tabs and drop them to an existing folder
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Sorry, that is the way that the Bookmark All Tabs ... works.

Sorry, that is the way that the '''Bookmark All Tabs ...''' works.
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Bookmark all Tabs always stores all the tabs in a new folder. That is partly because you can't have multiple versions of the same URL in one folder, so Firefox would have to check all present items in the folder for possible dupes.

Bookmark all Tabs always stores all the tabs in a new folder. That is partly because you can't have multiple versions of the same URL in one folder, so Firefox would have to check all present items in the folder for possible dupes.
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