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Sorting bookmarks alphabetically
I have just uploaded my bookmarks. Now I would like to sort them alphabetically, but how?
If you have them in folders on the Bookmarks bar, just right-click on a folder and choose "Sort Alphabetically"
What you suggest, jm4444 can organize bookmarks in a folder alphabetically, but you may still want to organize the folders alphabetically. To do that, a bookmark manager extension is best.
I think Chrookmarks for Chrome is quite good as a Bookmarks Manager extension., https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrookmarks-chrome-bookma/kcdheengilgkagjehknnnofigbmlnnfj?hl=en-US
It's the Bookmarks Manager I'm currently using. Another possiblity I've tried and liked is: Neater Bookmarks, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/neater-bookmarks/ofgjggbjanlhbgaemjbkiegeebmccifi?hl=en-US
Play around a bit with them both,and decide which you prefer.
With either one, you can arrange the bookmark folders alphabetically.
Either of these bookmark manager extensions will give you, when you click on the extension icon, a nice vertical display of your bookmarks. Indeed, you might even find that with them, you can save space and not show the Personal Bookmarks Bar (which takes up space horizontally across the top of the browser) although that's a matter of taste there. To activate the Personal Bookmarks Bar you need to go Alt. P (Settings), and put a dot in show the bookmarks bar.
To download a Chrome extension easily, you need the Opera extension, called Download Chrome Extension, https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
or Extension Source Viewer, https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/extension-source-viewer/
One last idea for @whatsup-com. I do think you might want to download the Opera extension Add Bookmark, https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/add-bookmark/?display=en
as it makes taking a bookmark easier,including clicking on the star in the Address bar to add a book mark, and placing the bookmark in a folder. You can also access that star in the context menu (right click on the web page), and get the same option on where to place the bookmark.
That was great help. Thank you so much. The answer of lem729 was exactly what I searched for.