How To Save Your Favorite Recipes On Your Computer

A little know trick to save your favorite recipe (or website) on your computer. You will have all your favorites in one folder.A little know trick to save your favorite recipe (or website) on your computer. You will have all your favorites in one folder. I know this works on google chrome, but not sure about other browsers.

First step:

In the URL column click on the star on the far right side. It will say “bookmark this page”.

Second step:  

You will see a pop up and on the left you will see the word “folder”.

Click on the drop down menu beside folder “bookmark bar” there. Be sure you are on the folder “Bookmarks Bar” before clicking.

At the bottom you will see “choose another folder”. Click on it.

A pop up will happen called “edit bookmark”.

On the bottom left you will see “New Folder”. Click on “New Folder”.

In blue you will see “New Folder”. Name the folder something like “My Favorite Recipes” in the blue box. Click save.

Third step.

Now you have on your tool bar your new folder.

So next time you want to save a recipe link it will be on your tool bar.

When you click on your star button to save, you will see your new folder on the drop down and you can save your recipes there. It will always be handy.

****After you have created your folder you can see on your tool bar >> drop down (usually at the bottom) and you will see your “My Favorite Recipes” there. You can drop and drag it higher on the list if you wish. When you scroll over the > sign you will be able to click on the recipe or recipes that you have saved and it will take you to that recipe link or site.

****If you want to categorize your recipes then click on your star (on your URL bar) use the “My Favorite Recipes” on the drop down then click on “edit”. Then on the pop up click on “New Folder”. There will be a Blue Box underneath “My Favorite Recipes” and you name a box cookies or dinner (or any category you wish).

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