If you create or delete a bookmark in one browser, that change will not be reflected in the others.
Many modern browsers do have a profile backup and sync option built in, but it’s only available between browsers of the same type.
For the first sync, you have to select the initial action.
Either merge the current browser bookmarks with those on the server, overwrite the server bookmarks with those from the browser or download and overwrite the browser bookmarks with the bookmarks on the server.
From the extension icon, you can manual sync, open the remote tabs window or go to the my Xmarks page online.
Firefox has extra entries to update favicons and show website info.
This becomes even more difficult if you want to keep your bookmarks the same across different computers and operating systems as well as different browsers.
The built-in browser sync will work if you have the same browser on each computer.
The tools button has some useful options to find duplicate bookmarks, find empty folders or import/export . All bookmarks are backed up during certain actions (like initial sync) and can be restored at any time. Google Bookmarks The Google Bookmarks feature is relatively unknown compared to most of Google’s other online services.
In fact, it’s been available for over a decade but has never been that well advertised or supported.
While it’s a more basic bookmark syncing service than the others here, you are quite likely to already have a Google account so can start using Bookmarks straight away.
Google Bookmarks is not related to the syncing options in Chrome and is a separate service.
You will need to use a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer or a smartphone app for Android, i OS or Windows Phone for the service to work.