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In my google bookmarks I was able to hit the star button, and could choose a selection of folders that the URL could go to. I can't work out how to do that in Chrome. Any help would be great

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Click on the star at the end of the address bar and select a folder.

bookmarking in Chrome

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If the folder you're looking for isn't in the "Folder:" dropdown, click Edit to see more choices. – Isxek Aug 24 '11 at 8:53

Chrome, unlike Google bookmarks, does not do labelling or tagging. Only one folder per bookmark.
Consider using something that does tagging, say Xmarks or Diigo.

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I am fine with putting the URL in a folder. In Google I used to be able to select more than one folder for the URL to go into, but Chrome only allows one at a time to be selected. – user95356 Aug 24 '11 at 7:08

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