Google chrome is an Excellent browser but the Bookmarks interface is more difficult than Mozilla Firefox. There is no Separator. It maybe not a big problem for many users, but when they have too many Bookmarks, it'll be a problem to separate them.
How can I add Separators to Google Chrome Bookmarks Bar?

  • just add any site to the bookmark bar then right click and edit the name to a | and set the url to nothing - or make it as i do keep your bookmarks bar organized in folders and subfoldes like a Application Menu Bar with Submenues – konqui Aug 11 '16 at 18:14
  • It maybe not a big problem for many users, well, I don't care about the majority. I am also a user. The Chrome developers did not implement the handy keyword feature of Firefox either. Why not learn from good examples? Instead they give us crutches again. – Kai Noack Nov 7 '16 at 15:12

Unfortunately, Google decided that implementing bookmarks separators in Chrome isn’t worth the UI complexity it would add.

But you can do some tricks to get around this. For example, navigate to the site http://separator.mayastudios.com/. This site gives you the possibility to add vertical and/or horizontal separators by dragging a specially-crafted link to your bookmarks bar.

examples of separators added using separator.mayastudios.com

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  • Thanks. Isn't there a official method ?! – Amirreza Nasiri Aug 20 '13 at 3:14
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    @AmirrezA_Nasiri no, it's just a trick. :-) – stderr Aug 20 '13 at 3:25
  • I only use Chrome on an offline computer so I cant test it. Is this "trick" just adding another bookmark with a line as the name? – Superole Jan 22 '15 at 12:51
  • The mayastudios horizontal separator seems to be broken. Just rename a link to "----------" and position as required. Copy the Bookmark for extra separators. – user1491819 Sep 15 '15 at 1:46
  • @user1491819 I just tried the horizontal separator and it seems to work fine for me – Michael Bray Sep 15 '15 at 11:45

Or use this little simple 'drag and drop' solution: https://chrome-bookmarks-separator.gasoline.nl/

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  • Welcome to SuperUser. This looks like a good solution, but can you expand your post to describe the steps to implement it? Simple as it may be, a good answer includes specific instructions (not just links to them) and an explanation as to how or why the answer addresses the OPs question. Thanks for contributing. – I say Reinstate Monica Nov 18 '16 at 23:01
  • Please read How do I recommend software for some tips as to how you should go about recommending software. You should provide at least a link, some additional information about the software itself, and how it can be used to solve the problem in the question. – DavidPostill Nov 29 '16 at 13:20

Another way around it is to:

  1. select to add a bookmark manually [add page...] in the manager page

  2. enter "---------" or "|" in the "name", and some form of URL for the URL

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    While it is a nice idea this leaves a blank icon on the bar as imaged here – Burgi Aug 11 '16 at 19:40
  • The 'blank' icon had not been stated, or suggested, as a deal breaker. The original post was asking for a way to see a separation between links. The submitted response does that without adding a link to another site, as the accepted answer does. – CAtoOH Aug 15 '16 at 17:14
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    This is still a better solution for horizontal separators since it doesn't need to point to a specific URL. In my case, I just used a 'about:blank' for the URL and can live with the blank icon. – Shiyaz Jul 6 '17 at 10:07

The sites separators do work, click the horizontal link and it'll change the top drag seperator from horizontal to vertical. These arent bookmarks that take you to sites, theser are just separators. It's really not worth the trouble as google said, just use folders.

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    In fact it worth and I think this is a really useful feature google don't care about. Separators are used by many people. – Amirreza Nasiri Feb 10 '16 at 11:37

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