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This link might help you. It will just ask your Delicious username & password, no harm/no issues as the script available as open source. Just give it a try. Source: http://blog.persistent.info/2006/10/import-your-delicious-bookmarks-into.html


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One method would be to export your bookmarks from Google Bookmarks. This will generate a bookmarks.html file that can be imported into Google Chrome via the Bookmark Manager. Then if you enable bookmark syncing in Chrome, it should move your bookmarks to the Google Docs Chrome folder. It's a round-about method, but should work.


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Google bookmarks now directly offers the feature to import bookmarks from Delicious. A couple things to note: If you have thousands of bookmarks, be very patient, as it can take a while. I'm not sure if this is an issue when you import now, but when I used this tool several years ago, I found that there were indexing problems when searching for bookmarks. ...


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Google Bookmarks search cannot exclude "all other labels". You can refine your searches multiple times by adding -label:whatever to your original query label:MyBookmarkList. Nonetheless, there are a few caveats to bookmark management: You can't perform batch operations on bookmarks Labels remain in your list as long as there's at least 1 tagged ...


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There's an import function at: https://www.google.com/bookmarks/deliciousimport It works with the new Delicious and imports tags and everything correctly.


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label:a OR label:b should work.


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You look to be in the lists editing area of Google Bookmarks. Follow this link; https://www.google.com/bookmarks/l To go to the main bookmark area, clicking the edit link here will allow you to add labels. Hope this helps.


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(If I remember right) you will be asked a question on what to do with the already existed bookmarks and one of the options is to merge them. No matter what, Chrome is not going to delete anything valuable without your confirmation.


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As with most of Google's products, you simply add the same operator again. In your example, you would use: label:php label:javascript If you have a label that is more than one word, use quotes: label:"label 1" label:"label 2"


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Chrome Bookmark Sync is stored in Google Docs, under My Folders. Look there.


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Here's an idea for finding items (taken from the Google Operating System blog) In Google Bookmarks, search for a site you know has content that you are interested in. For example, I searched for "http://www.perl.com". The search results are 3 lists (one of them is dead) that contain perl.com. Both of the remaining lists look pretty interesting to me. ...


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Every time you click the star, an AJAX request is sent to the Google servers. Since Google gives no feedback of the request completing, it could be a matter of you refreshing the page too early. It may be that a certain server/cluster hadn't been updated yet, but the problem should fix itself in a few seconds if that was the case.


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If you go to the 'My Lists' section of Google Bookmarks (link is in the top left) and select a list you will see the following in the bottom right of the screen Install the lists bookmarklet Add Add to list to your bookmarks bar to add web pages from anywhere on the web. Click and drag the blue 'Add to list' button to your bookmarks bar.


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You can try Google Bookmark extension. It allows you do create nested labels and see them in a tree.


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If you're using Chrome's sync, your bookmarks on the unsynced computer will be added to your network bookmarks. I've done this before, and each time this is how it's worked.


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I used the Delicious Exporter to Chrome extension. It basically creates a Delicious folder in your Google Chrome bookmarks with all your tags nested under it. Is not super-usable but the import works like a charm.


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This is currently not possible in Google Bookmarks. The quickest method would be the following: At the bottom of the Google Bookmarks page you can click "manage labels" and than "rename" your existing tag. After you have done that, find your new tag on the very left. Click it to get a list of your bookmarks labeled with this tag and than manually add your ...


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Consider a cloud-based bookmarking platform that operates through a website instead of a Chrome extension. With a cloud solution there's also no need to backup or sync your bookmarks because they are automatically backed up and inherently synched, and all your bookmarks are always available using any browser from any computer, mobile phone or tablet. You can ...


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You can go to Google Bookmarks and see your bookmarks but you cannot add any bookmarks without the Google Toolbar. Google Toolbar is still available for Firefox versions 2 to 4. Google recommends users to stop using it. There will never be any update. Google Toolbar was never available for Safari, Google Chrome or any other browsers at all. If you were ...


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(The OP placed the solution in the question. Here it is as an answer.) The answer here is that the autocomplete has been turned off. In Chrome: Hit F12. ( Or go to Wrench, Tools, Developer Tools. ) Search for autocomplete Change "off" to "on". Close the developer window. ( I had to double-click the "off" to edit it.) back to the bookmarklet, and labels ...


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Well, there is no such feature. You cannot directly see how many bookmarks you have, but: you can add up the sum of all the Unlabeled Bookmarks and the Bookmarks under various different Labels. Otherwise, you can do as I do: Keep all the Bookmarks as Unlabeled, so that the Count of Unlabeled Bookmarks gives you the total number of Bookmarks you have.


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Here is undocumented method to extract all the metadata, including labels, for your Google Bookmarks: Simply fetch this URL, which generates XML of your first 10000 bookmarks: http://www.google.com/bookmarks/?output=xml&num=10000 This is what the first part of the file looks like: <xml_api_reply version="1"> <bookmarks> <bookmark> ...


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In google bookmarks there is an "Export bookmarks" feature that will save your bookmarks to your computer.


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For non-Google Chrome users, here is a procedure for Windows 7: Click on START and then click on your user name to access the Favorites list in your user folder. Open the Favorites folder and sort it alphabetically. Create a new folder using a name that will get it to the top of your Favorites list. Copy the sorted Favorites list into your new folder. The ...


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Xmarks is excellent. Here is a post discussing how to transfer bookmarks from Delicious to Xmarks: link


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You would have to export and then import it into Firefox. Then, use the Google Firefox toolbar to sync it to another Google account. It's a round about way, but that's what's recommended. If you don't want to meddle with your existing bookmarks on Firefox, you might want to import them into a new Firefox profile created for this purpose.



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