Is there a way to set parameters in google chrome bookmarks? I have been using this in Mozilla Firefox for years.

example: A bookmark with URL www.url.de/vserver=%ID. In firefox I typed in to the adress-bar vserver:343 and firefox translated it into the right url: url.de/vserver=343

This would be really timesaving for some workflows.


chrome://settings/searchEngines sorry - because it's no bookmarks, it's called omnisearch in Google Chrome.

  1. Go to chrome://settings/searchEngines
  2. On the bottom, type your search tag and URL where parameter = %s
  3. Type the tag in the address bar > Press Tab > Type in your parameter (for example, 3434).
  4. Chrome opens the right URL with the parameter typed in.
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Go to the Chrome >> bookmarks >> bookmarks manager >> add new Add Text In url javascript:void(location.href='URL'+window.prompt("Text to be displayed",""));

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  • Awesome. Awesome. Awesome. – Sylvain Feb 16 '18 at 13:15

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