Firefox offers live bookmarks feature where you can subscribe to blog/feeds within seconds and also get the latest blog updates directly on the browser toolbar. On the other hand Google Chrome offers you a very clean interface where it would be hard for you to find any options easily, but well they are certainly updating it slowly with many useful options.
How to Bookmark :
In order to bookmark a URL in Google Chrome, you need to press ‘Ctrl+D’ in your keyboard for the bookmark’s dialog box to appear.
The moment you click, you will find a’Bookmark Added!’ box with a option to edit the name and the bookmarks folder or else to close. This means that whenever you key in ‘Ctrl+D’ in Google Chrome the website URL is instantly bookmarked and you have the option to save the URL in any other folder of your choice.
Create Bookmark Folders :
Click on the ‘Customize and control Google Chrome’ option and click on the bookmarks manager option, alternative you can perform this by typing in ‘Ctrl+Shift+B’ in your keyboard.
You will get a small options box with options to Organize the bookmarks by creating folders, editing and deleting them. You can create different categories/channels/folders based on your personal choice to differentiate between the different bookmarked websites like Office Websites, Fun Websites, Review Websites or based on the name of the niche like Tech Sites, Health Sites, News Sites etc which can help you out in finding out a website while you are searching for one.
You can click on Organize > New folder and create a new folder under the bookmarks bar.
Bookmark Manager :
You can directly save all your favourite websites in the bookmarks section or else assign them in different folders if you have many websites and need a organised bookmark system.