You can import all favourite bookmarks to Google Chrome and always show the bookmarks bar. But sometimes, it does not show up or disappears. You can either head to settings and access the bookmarks or perform the configuration to show the bookmarks bar right on Chrome browser.
At least I do not prefer to go to settings and access bookmarks. I like to see everything in front of me and thus enabling Chrome bookmarks bar makes a lot of sense to me. The steps may vary depending on your Chrome version.
Steps to Show Chrome bookmarks bar
You may not be aware, but there is a keyboard shortcut to enable or disable Chrome bookmarks bar. On Mac OS, the shortcut is Command+Shift+B whereas it is Ctrl+Shift+B on Windows operating system. Make sure to hit all three keys at the same time.
- Open Chrome browser
- Head to Chrome settings by clicking three vertical dots on the right-hand side of the browser
- Now select Settings from the drop-down menu
- Look for the Appearance section, and you will find an option called Show bookmarks bar with a radio button. Enable it for showing bookmarks bar and disable if you at all want to hide it
- You do not have to perform save or anything else. Come out of it by closing the setting window and check if the bookmarks bar is enabled or not
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Alternatively, you always access Chrome bookmarks by typing chrome://bookmarks/ in the browser address bar. The moment you hit enter, you will be taken to the bookmark manager. Here either you can manage your bookmarks or edit or rearrange the favourites. The choice is yours!