Q. I recently switched from Firefox to Google Chrome. It’s working well, but I really miss Firefox’s “forward-the-Web-page” function with a couple of clicks. Can you tell me if Google Chrome does have that function, or suggest a fast forwarding method for this program?
A. One of the things I really like about Google Chrome is the ability to add custom link buttons to the Bookmarks Bar.
The Bookmarks Bar is one of the menu bars available in Google Chrome and can be added to Chrome by clicking the little wrench icon in the upper right corner of Chrome and selecting Bookmarks and then Show Bookmarks Bar.
Once you have the Bookmarks Bar visible in Chrome you can highlight and drag a Web address right on to the bar for easy access to your favorite sites and you can also add buttons that perform specific functions.
To add a Send Link button just follow the instructions outlined at Tech Recipes located at tinyurl.com/chromsendlink. There you will find instructions on creating the button (very simple) or you can drag the link provided from their page to your Bookmark Bar.
For more information on the all of the features and functionality of Google Chrome please visit their support site at support.google.com/chrome.
Article source: http://blog.chron.com/helpline/2012/05/adding-links-to-google-chrome-bookmarks-bar/
Tags: Bookmark Bar, Bookmarks Bar, Google Chrome, Send Link, Tech Recipes