Internet, Networking, & Security Browsers Import Your Browser Favorites Into Microsoft Edge Bring over your bookmarks from Chrome or Firefox to the Edge Browser Share Pin Email Print Microsoft Browsers Microsoft Chrome Safari Firefox 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 September 12, 2019 Microsoft Edge is the default browser that comes with Windows 10. If you've been using Chrome, Firefox, or Opera, you can bring your bookmarks over to Edge using the browser's built-in import functionality. Instructions in this article apply to the desktop version of the Edge browser. How to Import Favorites Into Edge Copying bookmarks from other browsers into Microsoft Edge will not remove the bookmarks from the source browser, nor will it interfere with your existing favorites in Edge. To import favorites to Edge: Open Edge and select the ellipses (...) in the top-right corner of the browser. Select Settings. Select Import or Export under Transfer favorites and other info. You'll see a list of other browsers installed on your device. Select a browser from the list, 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. If you have your bookmarks saved in a file, scroll down and select Import from file. You can also select Export to create a backup file for your Edge bookmarks. How to Manage Imported Bookmarks in Edge The next time time you open the Favorites menu, you'll see your imported bookmarks in a separate folder. To move imported favorites to Edge's Favorites Bar, open the favorites window and drag folders or links into the Favorites Bar folder. If you have the Microsoft Edge app, your new bookmarks will automatically become available on your mobile device.