Mozilla Firefox’s Live Bookmarks are very useful as they give quick access to RSS feeds. By default, live bookmarks are horizontally arranged and this way of arrangement is suitable if you have few live bookmarks. But, if you have too many items in the bookmark toolbar, then some entries will be hidden, making it difficult to navigate. In such cases, you can save time by organizing live bookmarks. In this article, we’ll see how to organize live bookmarks without using plugins.
Follow the below steps to organize live bookmarks :
First, you have to create a folder in bookmarks toolbar. To do this, click on Firefox button, then Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks; Or you can use Ctrl+Shift+B hotkey to open Bookmarks Library. Once Library is opened, in left pane, right click on Bookmarks Toolbar and select New Folder.
Now, name the folder as you wish. You can also give description (optional) and then click on Add.
In my bookmarks toolbar, I’ve created a folder called Google, so as to have all Google related RSS feeds under this folder. You can choose your way of arrangement. For example, if you have RSS feeds of Chromium blog, Opera and Firefox, then you can create a new folder with name Browsers and then move all those RSS feeds to it. So, name folders in such a way that it is comfortable for you to browse.
Once the new folder is created, it will appear at the bottom of live bookmarks.
Now in the left pane, simply drag and drop live bookmarks, one-by-one, onto the newly created folder (Google).
That’s it. You’ve just started to organize bookmarks. Repeat the above steps to organize all your live bookmarks.
As you can see in the above screenshots, we have removed one lengthy list of bookmarks and arranged them in a meaningful categorized way. This way you can easily navigate through even hundreds of live bookmarks.