Uses New Tab page to show bookmarks folder (Bookmarks Bar by default) for quick access to its items and allows to manage it
This extension replaces Chrome's standard New Tab page with a very simple thing - a list of a content of a selected bookmarks folder (Bookmarks Bar by default), installed Chrome Extensions list and some useful Chrome shortcuts like settings, passwords, cookies, extensions and data cleanup. It also has a limited functionality for bookmark and extensions management - edit name/URL and position (and delete it) for bookmarks, and extension removal for extensions. In addition, extension also syncs with Google (if you have Chrome logged into your Google account) so you have settings synchronized across all computers you use Chrome at. Use edit mode (pencil button or menu item) to rearrange (drag to new location) and edit bookmarks, and also to change displayed bookmarks directory (by clicking on its name at the top in edit mode). The settings (gears icon) provides access to some internal settings you might want to use to change the page representation, and to some Chrome functionality shortcuts
- (2021-08-20) Jörg Zimmer: Simple an neat. But I don't like the way folders are collapsed - maybe just a personal affectation. The design of the page and favicon/thumbnails could be nicer. I definitely like the tool bar on the left side. That's just great and easily leads to most important browser settings and functions.
- (2018-07-16) James Davis: Excellent. Simple, useful.
- (2022-03-11, v:3.6) Arash Jozaghi: ERROR
Package is invalid. Details: 'Line: 4, column: 3, Dictionary keys must be quoted.'.
- (2019-06-29, v:2.1) James Davis: Can't change icon size
Changing icon size has no effect. How is it suppose to work. It reverts to previous value always and I see no save button?