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Safari bookmarks

How do I add sub folders under Safari bookmarks? For example, Finance is bookmarked. I want to add folders under that heading, e.g. Banks, investments, etc.

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In Safari,

go to the Bookmarks menu item, in the menu bar, and select "Show All Bookmarks"

Once all your bookmarks are displayed, go back to the Bookmarks menu and choose "Add Bookmark Folder"
Once it is created, you can put it wherever you want it.


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After opening all the bookmarks and "add folder" the name of that folder comes up "untitled folder." If I drag that folder--Untitled-- to the folder--Finance-- it doesn't go into that folder but comes up right below it. I don't see anything that says how to move a folder inside another folder.

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Drag and Drop 101

Having created the folder, which you can rename to anything you want, click on the Bookmark Menu which is at the top part of the right hand column.
You now have a list of all the folders in the BookMark menu.
Click on the one you want to place the new folder inside.
The contents of that folder appear in the right hand pane
Drag your new folder into that pane.

Poof, you're done.


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Thanks P.
All set.

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(NT) good job!

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