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    Arrow Bookmark Sync - New Google Service Launched

    Bookmark Sync is not like other social bookmarking services. You don't need any special software running tracking and synchronizing your bookmarks. Chrome Bookmark Sync provides real-time automatic bookmark synchronization. Add a bookmark to Chrome at your workplace, and it will automatically be sent to your Chrome Browser at home or wherever you access Chrome Browser.

    Because of a technical issue with Google's new sync technology and because Google Chrome uses folders instead of labels, bookmarks will not be displayed in Google Bookmarks, but in Google Docs.



    You need a Google Chrome 4 to use this.
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    I note that you need Chrome for this, so as I don't then I can't use it. Thanks for the post anyway

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    Works with Chrome ONLY and backs up to your Google Docs as an Excel. A better alternative that works across platforms and across browsers is Xmarks. IE, Safari on Mac, Firefox & Chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Works with Chrome ONLY and backs up to your Google Docs as an Excel. A better alternative that works across platforms and across browsers is Xmarks. IE, Safari on Mac, Firefox & Chrome.
    Xmarks - really nice one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Works with Chrome ONLY and backs up to your Google Docs as an Excel. A better alternative that works across platforms and across browsers is Xmarks. IE, Safari on Mac, Firefox & Chrome.
    Can we have a link to it please my friend

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    Another vote for xmarks. I have used it for years. The great thing about xmarks is you can sync bookmarks across not only multiple computers but miltiple browsers, and yes they have a Chrome Beta in the works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riteshtechie View Post
    thanks my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by roraniel View Post
    Another vote for xmarks. I have used it for years. The great thing about xmarks is you can sync bookmarks across not only multiple computers but miltiple browsers, and yes they have a Chrome Beta in the works.
    Chrome 4 already has an official Xmarks release -- https://chrome.google.com/extensions...fgcjjiiejpodla

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