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I cannot find where a folder is located

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I cannot find a folder in Bookmarks. When I edit a bookmark I see the folder it in. It is actually a sub folder. I know it is a sub folder of another folder but I dont know what the parent folder is. I want to keep related bookmarks together. I can navigate to one web page in the sub folder from memory so I can see the folder it is in but have no way of determining the parent folder.

I cannot find a folder in Bookmarks. When I edit a bookmark I see the folder it in. It is actually a sub folder. I know it is a sub folder of another folder but I dont know what the parent folder is. I want to keep related bookmarks together. I can navigate to one web page in the sub folder from memory so I can see the folder it is in but have no way of determining the parent folder.

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First, this should be easier, it's a longstanding user request to make this information more visible. But we are where we are, so...

If you open the page and click the blue star in the address bar -- the star will be blue if the page address exactly matches the bookmark -- you can click the icon to the right of the folder name to expand the folder hierarchy and see where the bookmark is.

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Выбранное решение

First, this should be easier, it's a longstanding user request to make this information more visible. But we are where we are, so...

If you open the page and click the blue star in the address bar -- the star will be blue if the page address exactly matches the bookmark -- you can click the icon to the right of the folder name to expand the folder hierarchy and see where the bookmark is.