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I've been using the fabulous Bookmark feature in the Google toolbar. The labelling of the bookmark allows the bookmark to appear in more than one label-folder.

I am wondering if I can label a bookmark to appear both in the root (default for no label) as well as inside at least one other label-folder. One may ask why do you need to 'hide' it in another folder when it is in the root. My reason is simple, I want to label everything for the sake of organization.

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Guess creating duplicate bookmarks is out of the question? – random Oct 18 '09 at 6:48
Well, even if it works, it defeats the purpose of ease of management. Nice advice tho :P – o.k.w Oct 18 '09 at 9:01
You are talking about Chrome right? Or Chromium? – random Oct 18 '09 at 10:13
@eight: No, I'm refering to Google Toolbar's Bookmark feature (For Firefox, IE). – o.k.w Oct 18 '09 at 11:51
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AFAIK bookmarks that appear at the root are unlabeled.

You could create a label named 'All' and assign it to all bookmarks, thus creating one folder that contains all bookmarks.

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Not a 100% ideal solution but at least it offers something. I'll accept this :) – o.k.w Oct 22 '09 at 0:38

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