Need some help to convert bookmarks

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Hi guys ,

I need your help to convert my Firefox bookmarks in to an opera readable format (simply which can be understandable by opera web browser) , is there any free software or inbuilt function to do this?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #93652

Need some help to convert bookmarks

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Hello,

I think this solution will work-

1. Open Firefox, press ctrl+shift+b, then the "Library" window is opened or you can do it by finding the "Bookmarks" oprtion from tools.

2. On the upper tab in the "Library" window, see "Import and Backup", click on that and find "Export Bookmarks as HTML".

3. Click on "Export Bookmarks as HTML" and another wndow will open to show where to save it, choose your preferred location and click save.

4. A copy of your saved firefox bookmarks will be saved.

5. Open Opera web browser. Click on the "Opera" button in the top-left. Find Setting < Import and Export.

6. Click on "Import Fireox Bookmarks", then find and show your saved .html backup file from your hard drive.

7. Now, all are done!

Answered By 572940 points N/A #310425

Need some help to convert bookmarks

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You don’t actually need to convert the bookmarks from your Mozilla Firefox browser to Opera if you simply want to add the bookmarks to the Opera browser. This is because the Opera browser can automatically import the bookmarks straight from your Mozilla Firefox browser. There is also no need to save or export the bookmarks to HTML though you can also do this.

With the Opera browser, it can import bookmarks directly from Mozilla Firefox or using an HTML file. To import bookmarks, start your Opera browser then go to “Menu”, “More tools” then “Import bookmarks and settings” or in the address bar enter without quotes “chrome://settings/importData” then hit Enter to bring up the “Import bookmarks and settings” dialog.

Opera Import bookmarks and settings
Opera Import bookmarks and settings

In the “Import bookmarks and settings” dialog, select “Mozilla Firefox” from the dropdown list then click “Import”.

Opera Import bookmarks and settings dialog
Opera Import bookmarks and settings dialog

And that’s it. On the other hand, if you already saved the bookmarks in HTML format, select “Bookmarks HTML file” from the dropdown list instead.

Opera Bookmarks HTML file
Opera Bookmarks HTML file

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