Google Chrome Bookmarks Syncing

Latest Google Chrome dev build brings bookmark syncing to their browser, and bookmarks’ll be accessible in the Google Docs app. “To activate this feature, launch Google Chrome with the --enable-sync command-line flag. Restart the browser and you should find a new option in the Tools menu: "Sync my bookmarks". Enter your credentials and the sync process […]

Latest Google Chrome dev build brings bookmark syncing to their browser, and bookmarks’ll be accessible in the Google Docs app. “To activate this feature, launch Google Chrome with the --enable-sync command-line flag. Restart the browser and you should find a new option in the Tools menu: "Sync my bookmarks". Enter your credentials and the sync process should start immediately. You'll be able to access your bookmarks in a weird location: a read-only folder in Google Docs (things will look less weird when Google Docs is transformed into Google Drive, a general-purpose online storage service). Install Google Chrome's dev build on a different computer and you'll be able to access your bookmarks, edit them and all the changes will be saved online. Chrome will then upload and store your bookmarks in your Google Account. Anytime you add or change a bookmark, your changes will be sent to the cloud and immediately broadcast to all other computers for which you’ve activated bookmark sync,” Google explains.