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Benefits of Opera Bookmarks
Opera takes bookmarks ten steps further, allowing you to access, organize, and customize them for ease-of-use.
Opera Bookmarks can be displayed as thumbnails on your start page - making it quick and easy to get where you want to go.
Customize your bookmark images with page previews, a solid color and title, or logo - and rename them too of course.
Drag and drop bookmarks where you want on your start page, even onto each other to create a contextual folder and save space.
Compartmentalize and edit your bookmarks in the Bookmark panel on your sidebar. Keep them separate in your bookmark bar or on your start page.
Bookmark manager with page previews
Organize and manage bookmarks with ease
Different devices, same browser bookmarks
Do more with bookmarks in Opera.
Explore and tweet conveniently with a better view on desktop.
Save and collect web content easily, share it visually.
Use Instagram in Opera’s sidebar while you browse.
Work and browse more efficiently with many open tabs.
Organize tab groups in separate customizable workspaces.
Browse with less distractions and load websites faster.
Chat with friends right in your browser without switching apps.
A customizable and convenient newsfeed on your start page.
Easily capture, edit and share your snapshots from webpages.
Instantly send files, links and notes between your devices.
Pop out online videos so they float on top of webpages as you browse.
Easily manage, customize and keep your favorite places online.
Browse comfortably with enhanced privacy and security, for free.
Synchronize the Opera browsers on any of your devices.
Attach files in one click without digging through folders.
An easy way to noticeably extend your laptop’s battery life.
Automatically convert time-zones, currencies and units of measurement.
A world of music and podcasts at your fingertips.
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Do more with bookmarks in Opera
Need to keep track of interesting sites? Bookmarks in the Opera browser will help you easily get back to pages you liked, organize your favorites, and much more.
Visual bookmarks on your start page are a great way to begin your daily browsing.
The colorful, customizable thumbnail shortcuts provide a pleasing and visually-accessible way to get back to your chosen sites.
Opera’s bookmarks let you easily customize, reorganize, and compartmentalize your favorite pages on your start page or, if you want to go old-school, in a book marks bar across the top.
Create a bookmark by clicking on the heart icon to the right of your address bar. When doing so, you’ll get to choose the thumbnail, name, and location of the Opera bookmark you create. You can edit bookmarks again on your bookmark manager page.
All bookmarks are kept in your bookmark manager panel for quick access from the heart icon on your sidebar.
You can also open the full visual bookmark organizer page with Ctrl+Shift+B.
There you can easily manage, edit, or remove your bookmarks, and you can use the search bar to find bookmarks if you have too many.
Deleted bookmarks are kept in the trash until you empty it, allowing you to search for and restore a bookmark if you’ve accidentally deleted a favorite page.
Bookmark folders let you organize bookmarks in one place, which is really useful for saving space or keeping related and favorite pages together. You can create new folders in your bookmark manager page or on the start page. Open your start page and drag one favorite bookmark onto another to create a new folder and add bookmarks to it.
With Opera, you can easily import bookmarks from another browser. You can also export bookmarks from Chrome or other browsers that you’ve added to Opera as an HTML text file. To import bookmarks:
Open your full Bookmarks manager (Ctrl+Shift+B). Click the Import/Export button in the bottom-left. Choose what you want to import, and the browser you want to import from.