Google Chrome

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Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

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[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

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[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

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[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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Google Chrome

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[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Google Chrome

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=false scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 

Thanks for using Xmarks for Chrome! If you run into an issue, please let us know so we can fix it! Submit  a support ticket reporting the issue.

If you're already using Xmarks, your bookmarks are already backed up and saved on our servers. That means that even if Xmarks for Chrome somehow messes up your bookmarks, you can recover a previous version! You can read more about backup and restore here. Before installing we also recommend backing up your Chrome bookmarks.

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Installation notes" id="h1"]
 



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Support" id="h2"]
 

A list of known issues, common problems (and workarounds), and contact information can be found on our support page.

Xmarks 1.0.10 [released 2/24/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.9 [released 2/21/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.6 - 1.0.8 [released 2/15/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.5 [released 1/31/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.3 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 1.0.1 [released 1/16/2011]


Xmarks 0.8.52 [released 8/26/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.45 [released 8/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.43 [released 7/22/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.42 [released 7/21/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.40 [released 7/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.35 [released 7/8/2010]


Xmarks 0.8.34 [released 7/6/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.10 [released 6/28/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.2 [released 5/10/2010]


Xmarks 0.7.1 [released 4/19/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.1 [released 3/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.6.0 [released 3/1/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.67 [released 2/12/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.66 [released 2/4/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.65 [released 1/15/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.64 [released 1/14/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.60 [released 1/11/2010]


Xmarks 0.5.41 [released 12/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.40 [released 12/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.24 [released 12/09/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.23 [released 12/07/2009]

Xmarks 0.5.22 [released 12/02/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.11 [released 11/23/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.10 [released 11/2/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.5 [released 10/1/2009]


Xmarks 0.5.4 [released 9/28/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.24 [released 9/21/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.23 [released 9/18/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.22 [released 9/17/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.21 [released 9/16/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.20 [released 9/15/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.19 [released 9/14/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.18 [released 9/11/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.17 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.16 [released 9/8/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.15 [released 8/20/2009]


Xmarks 0.4.14 [released 8/18/2009]


 
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Introduction

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Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Download Xmarks

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Xmarks ???? ?? ?? ?????. This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmark, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now"


Note, by default automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Introduction

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Introduction" id="h0"]
 



Welcome to the Xmarks Helpdesk! This guide will walk you through the basics of using Xmarks including how to sync and backup bookmarks, sync different profiles, sharing bookmarks with family and friends, and secure password sync.


Downloading Xmarks:


We recommend that you download from the main download page. Simply click download to initiate the installation process. Using the installer, you will be able to create your Xmarks account.


An alternative way to create an Xmarks account:




  1. Go to http://login.xmarks.com/account/create_account.
  2. Enter your desired username, email and password.

  3. Click "Create Account".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Sync your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

Once you have installed the Xmarks plug-in, you can manually sync your bookmarks from all supported browsers.




  1. Simply click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Synchronize Now".


Note, by default, automatic synchronization is enabled and will sync every hour.


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="System Requirements" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks currently supports the following operating systems, web browsers, and mobile devices.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Operating Systems"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Web Browsers"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Mobile Devices"]
 

[/tab]

For our release notes please click here.

[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Add Another Computer" id="h3"]
 

Once you install Xmarks on your other computers, it will work seamlessly in the background to keep your data in sync.

To install Xmarks on another computer and start synchronizing:


  1. On your other computer, go to www.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "Install Now".

  3. In the setup wizard, select "Yes, I am a registered Xmarks user".

  4. Enter your username and password.

  5. Repeat these steps on all of your computers.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Bookmark Manager Basics

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title= "Bookmark Manager Basics" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks is a bookmark manager that helps users add, edit, view, sync and share bookmarks through the convenience of a browser extension.



Xmarks offers a number of convenient features, including:



 
[/accordion]

 

 

 

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Your Xmarks Icon

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="Your Xmarks Icon" id="h0"]
 

Once you have installed Xmarks, an icon will appear in your browser


xmarksiconwin7 (1)

The location of the icon differs within each browser:




The Xmarks icon gives you immediate access to all major features of Xmarks. After logging into Xmarks, clicking on the Icon will drop down a toolbar menu where you can use the following features:




[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Settings" id="h1"]
 
[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Status"]
 
Status
 

View your current sync status, view account status, report a bug and view Xmarks release notes. Selecting the respective options performs a manual sync, signs out of Xmarks, and runs the Xmarks setup wizard.


[/tab]
[tab title="Sync"]
 
Sync
 

View and manage your Synchronization Types and Synchronization Options:




[/tab]
[tab title="Restore"]
 
Restore-Firefox
 

This feature restores your bookmarks to an earlier version. You can preview and restore from any of the previous bookmark sets safely backed up in your Xmarks web account.


The Restore Tab is only present in Account Setting for Firefox. In all other browsers, this feature is  located in my.xmarks.com under "Tools" > "Explore and Restore Old Bookmarks".


[/tab]
[tab title="Profiles"]
 
Profiles
 

Use sync profiles to keep sensitive bookmarks where they belong. Create and manage sync profiles at my.xmarks.com. Then choose a profile to control what Xmarks syncs to and from one or multiple computers.


[/tab]
[tab title="Discovery"]
 
Discovery-Firefox
 

Bookmark-powered Web Discovery. -- View and edit your discovery settings here (in Firefox only).




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Other Xmarks Icon Feature" id="h2"]
 

My Xmarks - View, edit, add and delete bookmarks from any browser.




Synchronize Now - Initiate a manual synchronization.




Open Remote Tabs - View and access open tabs from other browsers and computers.



 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

My.xmarks.com

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]

[accordion-item title="my.xmarks.com" id="h0"]
 

My.xmarks.com allows you to see all of your bookmarks and organized them as you like. We recommend accessing your server set from a PC because the website isn't optimized for use with mobile devices.



There are several ways to access my.xmarks.com:



  1. Xmarks icon > My Xmarks

  2. Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings > Profile tab > Click "My.Xmarks.com"

  3. Enter "my.xmarks.com" into the url menu bar.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Managing Your Bookmarks" id="h1"]
 

All your bookmarks and bookmark folders will be listed by the date added.


[tabbed_section]

[tab title="Open a Bookmark"]
 

To open a bookmark select the entry and select "Open" (located in the menu bar) or double-click the bookmark.


[/tab]

[tab title="Add a New Bookmark"]
 

  1. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).

  2. Choose between bookmark, folder, or divider.

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Enter the bookmark name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Edit a Bookmark"]
 

  1. Select a bookmark entry.

  2. Click "Details" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  4. Edit the bookmark name, location, keywords, description and tags.

  5. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  6. To close the pop-up, click the "x". To continue editing bookmarks, click "Previous" or "Next" to view other bookmarks.


[/tab]

[tab title="Bookmark Search"]
 

  1. Click "Search" (located in the menu bar).

  2. A "Bookmark Search" pop-up will appear.

  3. Enter search terms in the "Bookmark Text" field.

  4. A list will appear below the text field.

  5. Selecting a bookmark within the search list will highlight that bookmark in your master list.

  6. To close, click the "x".


[/tab]

[tab title="Share a Bookmark"]
 

Sharing folders allows your friends to view their contents. You may choose whether to include subfolders, or just immediate contents. Changes to shared folders contents will show up within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time. People can only view your shared folders, regardless, be sure to only share sensitive content with trusted friends. Note that you can share bookmark folders, but not individual bookmarks.



  1. Select a bookmark folder.

  2. Click "Share" (located in the menu bar).

  3. A "Share Folder" pop-up will appear.

  4. Share via a link to a web page that displays its contents, an RSS feed, a widget that you can put on your blog or website or email:




[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h2"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your phone happy.



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Manage Profiles"]
 

  1. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home", or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  2. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  3. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  4. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  5. Click "Save and Close".


[/tab]

[tab title="Assign Profiles to Browsers"]
 

  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings (Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings).

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab.

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Tools" id="h3"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Open Remote Tabs"]
 

Clicking "Open Remote Tabs" will display open tabs from your other browsers and computers. Click a site to open or select "Clear Data" to clear your open tab set.


[/tab]

[tab title="Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks"]
 

Select a set of bookmarks from previous syncs. You can view, export and restore your bookmark sets.



  1. Select a backup date and time.

  2. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  3. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  4. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


[/tab]

[tab title="Import and Export Bookmarks"]
 

Selecting "Export Bookmarks to HTML" will automatically save your current bookmark set to your computer.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Viewing Options" id="h4"]
 

My.xmarks.com supports two views—"Classic View" and "Grid View"—easily switchable via the two tabs in the lower left corner of the window. Classic View displays the bookmarks as you see them in your web browser's bookmarks organizer, while Grid View simply displays all bookmarks in whatever ranking order you select.


NOTE: Grid View is not available in Internet Explorer.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Sorting in Grid View"]
 

To sort your bookmarks by the various column headings, you need only click on the appropriate column heading on the Grid View page. The selected column should then display an arrow indicating which way the column is sorted; to reverse the order, click the column again.


[/tab]

[tab title="Helpful Links"]
 

Listed at the top right are helpful links:



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title= "Search Bookmarks" id="h5"]
 

The "Search" button in my.xmarks.com allows you to find your bookmarks using keyword search. Search results will appear in a separate dialog window. Clicking on a search result will cause that item to be selected in my.xmarks.com. Double-clicking on a search result will open that bookmark item in a new window.



Folders themselves are not returned as search results, but the search tool will consider folder names when searching for keywords.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
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[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Profiles

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Profiles" id="h0"]
 

Keep sensitive data where it belongs. Leave your personal content at home and your work data at the office. Use your Mobile profile to keep your smartphone happy.



Go to my.xmarks.com to view and manage your profiles.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Manage Profiles" id="h1"]
 

Profiles1


  1. Click "Sync Profiles".  A pop up window should appear.

  2. Click "Add" to create a new profile. Name each profile to reflect its nature or location. For example, "Work", "Home" or "Business Confidental". You can create up to six profiles: mobile.xmarks.com plus five other profiles. Note that the mobile profile is permanent and can not be deleted despite your premium status.

  3. Once all profiles are created, select the profile you wish to manage in the left pane.

  4. The right pane, by default, will list all bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Toolbar. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in this profile.

  5. To access bookmarks found in the Bookmarks Folder, click the drop down menu to show the Bookmarks Menu. Check and/or uncheck the bookmarks you wish to view while in the profile.

  6. Click "Save and Close".


*Note that only top level folders can be selected to hide/show in profiles.
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Assign Profiles to Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 


  1. Within your desired browser, open Xmarks Settings: Xmarks icon > Xmarks Settings. For Internet Explorer and Safari, click on the Xmarks icon in the tray to open settings.

  2. Select the "Profiles" tab (or click the Sync Profiles button if in IE).

  3. By default, Xmarks does not work under a specific profile (<none>) so all bookmarks will appear. Click, "Change".

  4. Xmarks will prompt you to login again.

  5. A "Change Sync Profile" pop-up will appear. Select the profile you wish to use from the drop down list.

  6. Click, "OK" to save or "Cancel" to exit.


 

[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Add a Bookmark

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Directly to the Server" id="h0"]
 


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Click "New" (located in the menu bar).
  3. Add New Bookmarks In Xmarks Server
  4. Choose between: bookmark or folder.

  5. The "Bookmark Details" pop-up will appear.

  6. Enter the bookmark or folder name, location, keywords, a brief description and tags.

  7. Clicking "Save" should change "Save" to "Saved".

  8. Close the pop-up by clicking the "x".


After you've added the bookmark to the server, be sure to sync or download to push the changes to your other devices.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title= "Add a Bookmark Using your Browser's Bookmark Manager" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section] [tab title="In Firefox and Chrome" id="t1"]

In Firefox and Chrome



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. On Firefox, double-click the greyed star in the toolbar to add the bookmark.
  3. Add New Bookmarks On Firefox
  4. On Chrome, click the star icon within the address bar to add the bookmark.
  5. Add New Bookmarks On Chrome
  6. The "Edit this Bookmark" pop-up will appear and display the bookmark's details.

  7. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  8. The bookmark will be saved to the "Unsorted Bookmark Folder" by default. Click the first down arrow to display a drop-down menu of suggested folders and most recently used folders. Click the second down arrow to display all folders or to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  9. Enter tags into the text field or click the down arrow for a list of recently used tags.

  10. Click on the stars to rate this bookmark.

  11. Select "Done" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.
[/tab]

[tab title="In Internet Explorer" id="t2"]

In Internet Explorer



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark. Note that in Internet Explorer, bookmarks are called Favorites.

  2. Click "Favorites" in the Favorites Bar. (If you don't see Favorites, right-click over the Menu Bar to enable the "Favorite Bar".)

  3. A list of your bookmarks will appear. Click "Add to Favorites".
  4. Add New Bookmarks On IE
  5. The "Add a Favorite" pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  6. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the text field to edit the bookmark's name.

  7. The "Create in:" field selects the "Favorites" folder by default. To change the folder, select the down arrow or click "New Folder" to create a new folder for this bookmark.

  8. Select "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]

[tab title="In Safari" id="t3"]

In Safari



  1. Browse to the site you wish to bookmark.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" located in the Safari Toolbar.

  3. Select "Add Bookmark" in the drop-down menu.

  4. A pop-up will display your bookmark details.

  5. The bookmark's name will automatically fill. Select the highlighted text to edit the bookmark's name.

  6. By default, the bookmark will be listed under "Top Sites". To change the folder, select the arrows (located to the right of the text field).

  7. Click "Add" to save the bookmark or "Cancel" to close without saving.


After you've added the bookmark to your browser's bookmark manager, be sure to sync or upload to push the changes to your other devices.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose="true"]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Synchronization" id="h1"]

 

Xmarks automatically synchronizes any of your bookmarks across all your browsers, computers, smartphones and tablets. Install it on every supported device that you use and it will work seamlessly in the background.


[tabbed_section] [tab title="Automatic Synchronization" id="t1"]

By default Xmarks' auto-sync is enabled. To change your auto-sync settings:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon on the browser toolbar.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Options", you can enabled or disable automatic synchronization.

  5. Click "OK" to save your change.


Xmarks on Chrome

For Internet Explorer:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon  in the system tray.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Under 'Synchronization Settings", you can enable or disable automatic synchronization.

  4. Click "Close" to save and exit.Xmarks for IE


In Firefox only, under "Synchronization Options" you can choose to enable (or disable) "Sync on Shutdown" to ensure your data is synced before closing your browser.  You can sync history in addition to bookmarks and open tabs.  Both features are not currently available on other browsers.AutoSync Options on Chrome vs. FF


[/tab]

[tab title="Manual Synchronization" id="t2"]
 

  1. Click the Xmarks icon on your browser toolbar or  in system tray (Xmarks for IE) or on status menu on OS X (Xmarks for Safari)

  2. Click "Synchronize Now" on the menu


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section][/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Upload Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

To force upload changes from your local bookmark set to your server bookmark set:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Upload".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with an upload, your local bookmarks will completely replace your server bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Downloading Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browsers, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Download".

  5. Select  "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the download.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the download and disappear once the download is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


*Note that with a download, your server bookmarks will completely replace your local bookmarks.


[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Repair Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To force download changes from your server bookmark set to your local bookmark set while still preserving your unsynced local bookmarks:




  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear. On Safari the option is called Xmarks for Safari Settings.

  3. Select "Advanced" - In IE, this is a button. In all other browser, this is a tab.

  4. Click "Repair".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop- up message to confirm the repair.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the repair and disappear once the repair is complete. Some might also see a "Synchronization Complete" confirmation.


A sync should always follow a repair: Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now.



In Safari, repair is located under the "Help" tab.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Organize Your Bookmarks

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Your Browsers" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Firefox" id="t1"]

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu.

  2. Click "Bookmarks".

  3. Select "Show All Bookmarks" or use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+B.

  4. The bookmark manager window will open. Select a folder to reorder and click "Views".

  5. Click "Sort" and select how you'd like to reorder your bookmarks.


Manage Bookmarks On FF
[/tab]

[tab title="Chrome" id="t2"]

  1. Select the three bar icon on the top right corner of the toolbar.

  2. Click "Bookmarks" and then "Bookmark Manager".

  3. Select the folder you wish to sort.

  4. Click the down arrow next to Organize.

  5. Click "Reorder by Title".


Manage Bookmarks On Chrome
[/tab]

[tab title="Internet Explorer" id="t3"]

  1. Select "Favorites" in the Menu Bar.

  2. Click "Organize Favorites".

  3. Right-click the folder you wish to reorder.

  4. Click "Sort by Name".


Manage Bookmarks On IE
[/tab]

[tab title="Safari" id="t4"]


Bookmarks will always appear in alphabetical order within the browser. To view all bookmarks, click Bookmarks on the menu and select Show Bookmarks option.



[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]

[accordion-item title="Organize Your Bookmarks Within Xmarks Server" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

On the server at my.xmarks.com, reorganize your bookmarks manually and individually. Only one bookmark can be reordered or edited at a time.Manage Bookmarks In Xmarks Server



Once you've reorganized your bookmarks, whether within your browser or on the server, be sure to sync your bookmarks to see the changes on all devices.


[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

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[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
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[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



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[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Open Tab Sync

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Open Tab Sync" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Xmarks syncs and stores your open tabs on supported browsers and computers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Enable Open Tab" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Manage your Open Tab settings:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Sync" tab.

  4. Under "Synchronization Types", enable or disabled Open Tabs.

  5. Enter a name for your computer into the text field.

  6. Click "OK" to save your settings and exit.


Tab Settings

Once this feature is enabled, a simple sync (Xmarks icon > Synchronize Now) will save your windows and browsers.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Remote Tabs" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Access your Open Tabs:



[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Chrome & Safari" id="t1"]


  1. Left-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.



[/tab]
[tab title="IE & Firefox" id="t2"]


  1. Right-click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select Open Remote Tab.


Open Tab Hotkey for Firefox only: Ctrl+Shift+Y


 

[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]

Once you've opened your Remote Tab list (shown below), select a browser or a specific tab to open that site(s) in your current browser.



Open Tabs

[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Open Tabs for Mobile Devices" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Premium members can view and access their tabs on supported smartphones and tablets.



  1. Login to the Xmarks App.

  2. Select "Xmarks Mobile" (located in the top left corner).

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Your list of computers, windows and browser will appear.

  5. Click on an entry to launch in Xmarks Mobile.


*Note that these steps and screenshots will look different in Safari.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Clear Tab Data" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

To clear your Open Tab data:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools".

  3. Select "Open Remote Tabs".

  4. Click "Clear Data".

  5. The list that appears shows each browser for which Xmarks has open tabs. Select the browsers whose data you wish to remove from the Xmarks servers by checking the box to the left.

  6. Click "Delete".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Backup Recovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="View, Restore or Export Past Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Past Bookmarks


  1. Go to my.xmarks.com

  2. Select, "Tools" in the Menu Bar.

  3. Click, "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Select a set of bookmarks from the list.

  5. Click "View" to display a list of that bookmark set. Click "Export" to download a list of that bookmark set. Click "Restore" to replace your current bookmark set with those from the selected date and time.

  6. If you choose to restore, a pop-up message will appear to verify your selection.

  7. Click, "Yes" to continue then "OK" to reload.


*Note that backup history is kept for three months.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Bookmark Sharing

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark Sharing" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

Share

Share your favorite bookmarks with friends. Our sharing server can display your bookmarks on a web page, in an RSS feed, or as a widget that you can add to your own blog or website. Any new bookmarks you add will automatically show up.



To Share Bookmarks:




  1. Sign into the bookmark server https://my.xmarks.com/

  2. Click on the folder of bookmarks you want to share

  3. Click on the "Share" toolbar button. This opens the share dialog.

  4. Click on the checkbox to share that folder. When you share a folder, it gets a URL for its RSS feed and web page. Copy these urls, and send them to your friends!


If you want to, you may choose to also include subfolders by clicking on the "subfolders" checkbox.



Changes to shared folders contents will appear within 30 minutes. You may stop sharing a folder at any time.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
[/accordion-item]

[/accordion]

Discovery

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Bookmark-powered Web Discovery" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

The Discovery feature is only available in Firefox.



To enable:



  1. In Firefox, select the Xmarks icon.

  2. Select "Xmarks Settings".

  3. Click on the "Discovery" tab.

  4. Enable each feature by clicking the check box.

  5. Click "OK" to save.




*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Smarter Search" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Xmarks will help you discover top sites right on Google. Once this feature is enabled, Xmarks will automatically place an info icon next to the three most-bookmarked sites on your Google search results page.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Info" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Xmarks will show you site information and similar sites:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to view.

  2. Right-click on the Xmarks icon in your location bar.

  3. Select "Show Site Info".


(Hotkey: Ctrl + Shift + N)



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Site Tags and Ratings" color="Accent-Color" id="h4"]
 

When you bookmark a site, Xmarks will suggest tags for it and let you rate it.



How to rate and review a site:



  1. Browse to the site you wish to rate and review.

  2. Click on a star rating.
    Review Stars

  3. You will then have the option to write a brief review and share your thoughts, positive or negative, about the site you’re on. Checking the “Share this review” box will automatically post your review to your stream on Facebook. The first time you do this you’ll need to link your Facebook account with Xmarks – after that you can share in just one click.


Share Reviews

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Show/Hide your Xmarks Ratings Stars" color="Accent-Color" id="h5"]
 


  1. Right-click over the five stars in Firefox.

  2. Select "Show Status Bar Stars".


Rating Stars Status Bar

 

*Note that all ratings and reviews will be made public on your profile page.  To view your profile page: navigate to your account settings and select "View Profile Page".


 
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Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Import and Export

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Import and Export" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

You own your bookmarks. Import bookmarks from other websites, or export your bookmarks to a file on your hard drive. Your entire bookmark collection is never more than a click away on my.xmarks.com



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Import Bookmarks into Xmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h2"]
 

Import

Simply upload your bookmarks from your browser's bookmark manager:



  1. Click the Xmarks icon.

  2. Xmarks Settings will appear.

  3. Select the "Advanced" tab.

  4. Click "Upload Bookmarks".

  5. Select "OK" in the pop-up message to confirm the upload.

  6. The Xmarks Status screen will appear to display the upload and disappear once the upload is complete.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Export Bookmarks" color="Accent-Color" id="h3"]
 

Export your bookmarks to an html file:



  1. Go to my.xmarks.com.

  2. Select "Tools" in the menu bar.

  3. Select "Explore & Restore Old Bookmarks".

  4. Xmarks will display all your backed up bookmark sets.

  5. Select the bookmark set that you wish to export.

  6. Click "Export".

  7. Select the program in which you would like to open the file or save the file.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Account Information

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=true]
[accordion-item title="Account Information" id="h0"]
 

To view and manage your account options:



  1. Go to the Xmarks home page and login.

  2. Click "My Account" at the top of the page.


[tabbed_section]
[tab title="Support Tickets"]
 

Have a question, problem, or suggestion? Search our FAQs and submit a new support request. Please note that premium members are given the highest priority.



Click "View My Support Ticket" to display your account information and support request. Here you can view your Xmarks email address, your Premium status (with an option to extend) and whether you account is set for auto-renewal. You new, pending and resolved tickets are also listed here. Click "View" to display your ticket and select "Add comment" to reply.



Click "Open A Support Ticket" to submit a question, problem or suggestion to the Xmarks support team. Follow the steps given to find answers, ask us questions, report issues to us, or send us feedback. We will do our best to respond to you as quickly as possible. Questions from Xmarks Premium members are answered first. If you are not yet an Xmarks Premium member, and you require faster response times and in-depth support needs, please sign up for an Xmarks Premium membership.


[/tab]
[tab title="Manage Account"]
 

[/tab]
[tab title="Change Password"]
 

Change your password here. Simply enter your new password in the text field > click "Change Password".


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Email Options"]
 

We may occasionally send you email with updates about the service. Enable or disable your email options here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Change Bookmark Contribution"]
 

We respect your privacy! Xmarks uses only anonymous, aggregated bookmark data, so your private bookmarks are safe. You can also choose here to prevent your bookmarks from being used in any fashion.


[/tab]
[tab title="Profile Page"]
 

Your profile page displays all your public activity on Xmarks. All reviews and ratings are noted here.


[/tab]
[tab title="Delete Account"]
 

Should you delete your account, Xmarks will no longer be able to synchronize your bookmarks between computers. Once your account has been deleted, it cannot be restored. If you are having difficulty synchronizing, be advised that deleting and recreating your account is unlikely to help. Instead, please take a look at our documentation or visit our user forum. Please note also that deleted usernames are no longer available. You will not be permitted to delete your account and create a new account with the same username.



If you still wish to delete your account, click "Delete Account" and follow the steps to permanently remove your account.


[/tab]
[/tabbed_section]
[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Changing Your Account Email" color="Accent-Color" id="h1"]
 

No need to delete your account and start over; it's easy to switch the email address associated with your Xmarks account.



To change your email option for your Xmarks account:



  1. Go to Account Settings.

  2. Under "Account Options" enter your desired email into the "Email:*" field.

  3. Click "Update Account".


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

BYOS

[accordion openfirst=true scroll=true clicktoclose=false]
[accordion-item title="BYOS" color="Accent-Color" id="h0"]
 

Bring Your Own Server!


*Note this feature is only available for Firefox.



Xmarks allows you to use your own server to store bookmarks rather than those provided by Xmarks.  Because Xmarks cannot troubleshoot issues with remote setups, the feature is provided as-is without support.  Additionally, some features of Xmarks, such as managing bookmarks on http://my.xmarks.com/, are not available when using your own server.



To use your own server with Xmarks, you must have a writeable WebDAV location for each resource (bookmarks or passwords) that you wish to sync.  Xmarks will read and write a single file at each location you specify.



Instructions for setting up a WebDAV server are beyond the scope of this document.



When you click the 'Use own server' checkbox, you are prompted for WebDAV URLs for bookmarks and passwords, and a username and password if your server requires HTTP authentication.  An example configuration follows:



Bookmark URL: https://example.com/webdav/bookmarks.txt


Password URL: https://example.com/webdav/passwords.txt


Username: someuser


Password: ********



Once you have set this up, you may perform an upload to store your current bookmarks and passwords on the remote server.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
[/accordion-item]
[/accordion]

Premium Features

[accordion openfirst=true clicktoclose=true scroll="true"]
[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
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Premium Features

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Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



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All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



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You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
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Premium Features

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[accordion-item title="Xmarks Premium Features" id="h0"]
 

Xmarks offers a Premium service for $1/month that allows bookmark sync and open tab sync for mobile on the following platforms:





Premium users also receive priority support with faster response time and Premium user's backup history will be stored for a longer period of time.



The mobile apps must be downloaded from the app store on your device. Once downloaded, you can launch the mobile app and login with your existing account to sync your data.



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[accordion-item title="Testing Premium" id="h1"]
 

All Xmarks users can test Premium offerings over a 14-day trial period. During that time period you will be able to download Xmarks mobile applications for any of your smartphones, as well as take advantage of our open tab sync for mobile devices.



You can simply login using your device to start using the Premium trial, and will have the option to purchase the Premium subscription at the end of the 2-week period.



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[accordion-item title="Purchasing Premium" id="h2"]
 

You can upgrade to a Premium subscription from $1/month ($12/year) at any time using Stripe.



You only need to purchase one Premium subscription to use all the above apps and devices on a single Xmarks account.



After completing your transaction, Xmarks will automatically upgrade your account and you'll have access to the above-mentioned Premium downloads. Your Xmarks account itself will continue to look and function as it did while you used the Basic service.



You can verify your Premium status by clicking here or go to your Account Options:




  1. Go to the Xmarks home page, www.xmarks.com.

  2. Login.

  3. Click on "My Account".

  4. Under Account Options, click "View My Support Tickets".

  5. Your Premium Status will appear under Account Information.


 
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iOS

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Xmarks for iOS is an application that will allow you to carry your Xmarks data around with you and easily login to access your bookmarks and open tabs from your phone.


As with all smartphone apps, Xmarks for iOS is part of our Premium offering.


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To install Xmarks on your iOS device:




  1. Open the App Store on your device.

  2. Search for "Xmarks".

  3. Select "Xmarks for Premium Customers".

  4. Click on the blue "Get".

  5. Click on the green "Install".

  6. The App Store will close and begin installing Xmarks.


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After installing the Xmarks app on your iOS device, you can launch the application by tapping on the icon.



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Xmarks will then prompt you to enter your Xmarks username and password:



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Once you submit the login data, Xmarks will launch your searchable menu.


From this menu page you will have access to all major Xmarks features and options:


Account Settings: Selecting the cog icon (located in the top left corner), will display your Account Settings page.


Synchronize: To synchronize your data with the server set, select "Synchronize" (located within your Account Settings page).


Bookmarks Toolbar: Displays your bookmarks found in your Bookmarks Toolbar on your computer. The bookmarks displayed in the Mobile Bookmarks Toolbar are reflective of the bookmark set found at my.xmarks.com. To add, edit or delete the mobile set: go to my.xmarks.com > select "Sync Profiles" > select the "mobile.xmarks.com" profile > check or uncheck bookmark entries.


Bookmarks Menu: Displays all your bookmarks and bookmark folders. The bookmarks displayed in the Mobile Bookmarks Menu are reflective of the bookmark set found at my.xmarks.com. To add, edit or delete the mobile set: go to my.xmarks.com > select "Sync Profiles" > select the "mobile.xmarks.com" profile > change the drop down menu from "Toolbar Folder" to "Bookmarks Folder" > check or uncheck bookmark entries.


Open Remote Tabs: Lists your Open tab from all computers and browsers. Clicking on an entry launches the site within the Xmarks app.


Recently Viewed: Lists your Recently Viewed Pages. Click on an entry launches the site within the Xmarks app. Selecting "Clear Recently Viewed Pages" will clear the list.


Edit Sites: Hold down the site entry. The "Edit Bookmark" screen will appear. Edit the Name, Location, Keyword, Tag or Description fields and click "Save".


Delete Sites: Hold down the site entry. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Delete".


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Once you've selected a site, Xmarks will launch the site within Xmarks.


Controls and Icons


Left Arrow/Right Arrow


Search Bar: Enter a search word or URL and Xmarks will list the bookmarks which contain the search text.


Bookmarks: Selecting the bookmark icon, will take you back to the Xmarks Mobile Menu.


More: Clicking on the More icon will prompt you to choose between, "Open in Safari" and "Readability".


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 Add Sites: Open your folders to the desired location of your new bookmark. Click the "+" in the top right corner. Enter the name, location, keywords, tags, description and click "Save". Remember to manually sync this change.


Edit Sites: Hold down the site entry. The "Edit Bookmark" screen will appear. Edit the Name, Location, Keyword, Tag or Description fields and click "Save".


Delete Sites: Hold down the site entry. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Delete".


Reverse Bookmark Order: Check Reverse Bookmark Order located under Bookmarks in your Mobile Settings; then, perform a sync.



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iOS

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Xmarks for iOS is an application that will allow you to carry your Xmarks data around with you and easily login to access your bookmarks and open tabs from your phone.


As with all smartphone apps, Xmarks for iOS is part of our Premium offering.


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To install Xmarks on your iOS device:




  1. Open the App Store on your device.

  2. Search for "Xmarks".

  3. Select "Xmarks for Premium Customers".

  4. Click on the blue "Get".

  5. Click on the green "Install".

  6. The App Store will close and begin installing Xmarks.


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After installing the Xmarks app on your iOS device, you can launch the application by tapping on the icon.



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Xmarks will then prompt you to enter your Xmarks username and password:



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Once you submit the login data, Xmarks will launch your searchable menu.


From this menu page you will have access to all major Xmarks features and options:


Account Settings: Selecting the cog icon (located in the top left co