To quickly see pages in Safari, you can save them as bookmarks. But did you know you can save Safari bookmarks in bookmark folders? Instead of browsing through all the bookmarks you've saved, you can categorize them into folders, organize your bookmarks, and easily browse. Below I show you how to create Safari bookmark folders.
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To create a new bookmark folder in Safari:
- Open the Safari app and tap the Bookmark icon, which looks like an open book.
- On the bookmarks page, click Edit.
- Then tap New Folder to create a new Safari bookmark folder.
- You can rename the new folder and tap Done on the keyboard when done.
- On the bookmark page you see the new folder.
- Touch Done at the bottom right to save all your changes.
You can also rearrange the list of bookmark folders.
- After tapping edit, tap the three lines next to a folder's title.
- Drag and drop to rearrange the folders.
- Touch Done to save your changes.
To move a bookmark you have saved in a bookmark folder:
- Open bookmarks and tap Edit.
- Then touch the title of the bookmark you want to move.
- Under Location, click the current location to open the menu.
- Select the folder you want to move the bookmark to.
- Then, tap All in the upper left corner to return to bookmarks.
- Press Done at the bottom right to save your changes.
To save a new bookmark in a bookmark folder:
- On the Safari website.
- Touch the Share icon.
- Then click Add Bookmark.
- Touch the current location under Location to open the menu and select where to store the web site, including any folders you have created.
- Then touch Save.
Now you can create, add and rearrange Safari bookmark maps!