Jump to any of your first 10 bookmarks by pressing Hotkey+[1 to 0]. Hotkey is 'Option' on Mac, 'Alt' on Windows, 'Meta' on Linux.
Similar to Safari's Cmd+Number bookmark shortcuts.
- (2018-06-14) Dániel B.: There are a lot of case when it just not work/not loaded, so you cannot use.
- (2014-08-24) Dillan Yamanouchi: Doesn't work...
- (2014-03-11) Josh Hidley: Works for me after restart. But does not work for bookmarklets. NOTE: On windows, I can access the bmb with f6 key. Then I think arrows and Enter keys.
- (2013-12-02) Stuart McDonald: Would be great if it worked... :( even after re-starting chrome.
- (2013-08-02) Isaac Bergman: Works after restarting Chrome
- (2013-06-12) M B: Does not work with bookmarklets
- (2013-04-26) Congwen Ma: sounds very nice, but doesn't work on win 7 plz fix.
- (2013-04-23) 3 star review as I can't get this to work but seems like what I need. Want to mimic Safari's cmd+1 etc actions and was lead to believe this would do the same, unfortunately it isn't working. Under windows 7 with the most recent Chrome selecting ALT+1 etc only returns the 'ping' noise and does not present any actual function. Any help?
- (2014-05-20, v:0.10) Игорь Йорх: Doesn't work
Debian, latest chrome, just as if I pressed ctrl-<num> -- goes to tab, not bookmark