I would like to import bookmarks in Firefox, from Google Chrome. There is a tool for that in Google Chrome but not in Firefox. I cannot find any such a tool in Firefox, not even having a possibility to include bookmarks from a file. I am using Firefox 45.2 in OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 but the situation should be the same across all platforms. There are extensions such as Xmarks which provide a lot of features. I do not want that but just import bookmarks to Firefox.
End result of Private's answer
I complete steps described in Private's answer. You get a folder called Bookmarks from Google Chrome. I feel this kind of behaviour humiliating; making an extra folder for another browser's bookmarks. I would like to get those bookmarks as they are in my Google Chrome; some to Bookmark bar and some in the Bookmark Manager. Removing the bookmark folder in Firefox, you lose all your bookmarks in Firefox. So Firefox's Bookmark management seems to be incomplete. It seems
- Firefox only has one level management of bookmarks - bookmark bar
- OR Firefox is downgrading users coming from Google Chrome by Purpose or is afraid of mixing up existing bookmarks from elsewhere because they cannot control the flow of bookmarks.
How can you import Bookmarks Well in Firefox?