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The bookmarks tab changed - How can I place a bookmark in 2 or more bookmark folders?

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The bookmarks drop down menu just changed a few days ago and no longer allows me to save a bookmark to more than one of my bookmark folders. I need this ability. How can I do this?

The bookmarks drop down menu just changed a few days ago and no longer allows me to save a bookmark to more than one of my bookmark folders. I need this ability. How can I do this?

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Shouldn't you be using tags for that instead of folders? Anyway, try opening the bookmarks library. You can organize them there copying and pasting to wherever you want.

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OK thanks. I'll have to look into using tags for this instead, as well as the organizing you describe.

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Hello rh356--

When I need a bookmark in more than one folder, I mouse over the existing bookmark and click copy, then move to where I wish in another folder and click "paste."

Hope that may help.

Axis

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See my "solution" in this thread:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1001058

I don't like using "tags" and prefer to do things the old way - saving the same bookmark in multiple folders. I have been using that "drag'n'drop" method since Firefox 3 came out, when "tags" was added and (at least on my 4 WinXP boxes) Firefox broke the ability for me to easily save multiples of the same bookmark. And I'm scratching my head over recent postings that Firefox 29 just broke that ability - I haven't had that feature since June 2008, when Firefox 3 was released. I can only assume that there might have been an extension involved that provided that feature since Firefox 3 and it broke in Firefox 29 ....