Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers How to Add Web Pages to Favorites in Microsoft Edge Save websites as Favorites and access old Reading List items by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on May 01, 2020 Browsers Microsoft Chrome Safari Firefox Tweet Share Email The Microsoft Edge web browser lets users save web pages as Favorites, making it easy to revisit frequently accessed sites. Manage your favorite websites by creating subfolders, and edit your Favorites list at any time. Here's a look at how to add to your Favorites list in Microsoft Edge. Information in this article applies to the new Microsoft Edge browser released in January 2020. How to Add a Website to Your Favorites List Open Microsoft Edge and go to the site you want to add to your Favorites list. Select the Star button in the address bar. Rename the favorite (if you want to), and choose a folder to save it in. Alternatively, press Ctrl + D to create a new favorite, or go to Favorites > Add This Page to Favorites on the menu bar. Select Done. The website has been added to your Favorites list. Display Favorites Under the Address Bar If you'd like even easier access to your Favorites, have them show up under the address bar. Open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more (three dots). Select Favorites. Select Show favorites bar and then choose Always or Only on new tabs. You'll now see the Favorites bar below the address bar. Access Your Reading Lists Items Legacy Microsoft Edge offered a tool called Reading Lists, which allowed you to store articles and other web content for future viewing. The new Edge doesn't have this feature, but after you upgrade you can still access your Reading List items in the Favorites folder. Open Microsoft Edge. Go to Settings and more (three dots). Select Favorites > Other favorites > Reading list saves.