Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers Import Your Browser Favorites Into Microsoft Edge Bring your bookmarks from Chrome or Firefox to the new Edge Browser 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 April 30, 2020 Browsers Microsoft Chrome Safari Firefox Tweet Share Email The new Microsoft Edge browser brings improvements and new features to the default Edge browser that comes with Windows 10. If you've been using Chrome, Firefox, or Opera, you can bring your bookmarks over to the new Edge using the browser's built-in import functionality. Information in this article applies to the new Microsoft Edge browser released in January 2020. How to Import Favorites Into Edge Copying bookmarks from other browsers into Microsoft Edge doesn't remove the bookmarks from the source browser, nor does it interfere with your existing favorites in Edge. To import favorites to Edge: Open Edge on your computer and select the ellipses ( ... ) in the top right corner of the browser. Select Favorites in the drop-down menu. Choose Import in the window that opens. Select a compatible browser from the list. Click the boxes next to Favorites or bookmarks and any other categories of information you want to transfer to Edge, and then select Import. If a web browser isn't listed, either Edge doesn't support importing bookmarks from that browser, or there are no bookmarks to import. How to Manage Imported Bookmarks in Edge The next time you open the Favorites menu, you see all your imported bookmarks. To move imported favorites to Edge's Favorites bar, drag folders or links into the Favorites Bar folder. If you have the Microsoft Edge app, your new bookmarks automatically become available on your mobile device.