I use Flat View for finding duplicates. I was wondering if there was a way to use Flat View with Google Chrome instead of Google's Bookmark Manager.
If not can you recommend a good solution for cleaning up my URl's in my browser? I'm looking for duplicates and ULRs that are no longer needed, hand pick for delete. Mainly I would benefit greatly to do a Flat View to see all the files regardless of the directory they may be in.
In many cases, I need to move to different directories.
You can import Chrome bookmarks into Internet Explorer. They will appear as .url files in /favorites\Links, ready for some Opus-TLC. To get them back into Chrome, export them as html and import this file into Chrome.
If you want continuous synchronization, Apple's iCloud for Windows can help. You'll need iCloud Bookmarks for Chrome as well. This works fairly well, you might see a few duplicates here and there. I only have very few bookmarks in Chrome and usually move new bookmarks into regular folders from where I let Opus launch them.