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Create keywords for bookmarks in Firefox

Wednesday, 4 September 2013 | By Patrick Stafford

Did you know you can use keywords to load certain bookmarks in Firefox, rather than having to use the bookmarks bar or type out the URL entirely?

 

To do so, whenever you save a bookmark, just type a phrase into the “keyword” part of the pop-up menu. It can be whatever you like, as long as it’s something you remember. (For example, you might type “start-up” as the keyword for StartupSmart.)

 

Then, the next time you want to open that website, just type the keyword into the URL bar (for example, “start-up”) and it’ll take you straight to the page.