Washington: Google has released a new extension for its Chrome browser called Google Bookmark Manager that would provide a way to keep a record of important websites and pages people want to revisit.
The extension groups the existing collection of links into folders wherein when you add a new item, Google suggests folders to help you organize the links.
According to the Verge, users can also add photos or notes manually to a bookmark for easier retrieval later.
The extension, most importantly, brings Google's powerful search tools to users' bookmarks.
Google claims that when people would search through bookmarks, it will search the content of bookmarked pages along with URLs and website titles.