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  • I am running Opera version 60.0.3255.59 on Linux Mint 19.1. I have been looking for a way to organize the bookmarks other than dragging them around. In the course of Importing favorites from my Windows Opera install, I seem to have created duplicate folders and have several sets of the same bookmarks. For example, I have a two "Trash" folders, two "Other Bookmarks" and two "Unsorted" bookmarks.

    I am planning a new install of Mint and wanted to clean up this Opera bookmark situation so that when I import them to the new install, I don't end up with so many duplicates - or possibly triplicates! I had seen a few tutorials that speak of a "Manage" choice in the bookmarks settings, but I don't see that in my version. Is there any way to easily organize these and delete the duplicates before I import to the new install of Mint?


  • Opera Sync has an engine to delete duplicates, but don't know its rules and efficiency.

    Try SuperSorter from Chrome Store and take care when deleting, keep a BackUp, even from the messed BK.file.

    Windows 7 (x64)
    Opera Test profile | Opera Back up | Reset