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I try to edit a bookmark in chrome but there's no where to tag it. Is it possible in Chrome?

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Google Chrome still does not support bookmark tags. Here is the official issue tracking page. It seems that the users badly need this feature.

One workaround can be to use Delicious Bookmarks Extension (Beta) till Google solves the problem.

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I just wrote an extension to add tags to bookmarks in Chrome. It's the first release of the thing so not as beautiful as I would like but if you want to check it out here's the link...

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Where are the tags stored? – Nam G VU May 13 '11 at 1:31
@Nam - Sorry it took me so long to respond. I didn't get a notification for some reason of your comment. I store the bookmarks locally on the users system. At a future date I would like to add syncing and backup to a cloud system. – Korak Jun 16 '11 at 23:01
Thank you for your great skill of writting such an addon. But I don't think I need a tag stored locally then... it's gone. – Nam G VU Jun 21 '11 at 10:53
This looks neat - not quite as nice as how it works in Firefox, but at least it's a start. Keep up the good work! – Ciaocibai Dec 22 '11 at 9:09

Here is another Chrome Extension for tagging your bookmarks:

Tags are being saved in your local database.

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Not in favor for a local database solution though. Thank you! – Nam G VU Jun 16 '14 at 14:11

And the other Chrome extension with tagging:

There you can find target bookmarks via faceted search. Bookmarks are stored on the remote extension's server.

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Could you edit your answer to explain why you think this particular plugin is a good fit? – Burgi May 3 at 0:54

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