If you want to bookmark pages from Firefox browsing history, here is what you have to do. You do not have to install a browser add-on or anything to get the job done. The best thing is that the Firefox browser can bookmark any page directly from the browsing history.
Let’s assume that your browser has some issues, and you have to clear the browsing history. You will lose the entire list of previously opened pages from the browsing history panel. If you have some important pages in your browsing history and you do not want to delete them, here is how to keep them.
Although they will be deleted from the browsing history, you can store them as a bookmark. Considering several things, it is better to copy-paste the links in a text editor or so.
Bookmark pages from Firefox browsing history
To bookmark pages from Firefox browsing history, follow these steps-
- Open the Mozilla Firefox browser on your computer.
- Click the menu button.
- Select Library > History.
- Click on the Show All History button.
- Select the page you want to bookmark.
- Right-click on it and select the Bookmark Page option.
- Give it a name, choose Folder, and enter a tag.
- Click the Save button.
To know more about these steps in detail, keep reading.
First, open the Firefox browser on your computer and click on the menu button visible in the top-right corner. Following that, select Library and choose the History option. It will open a list of previously opened sites. Click on the Show All History button.
It opens the same window from where you can export or backup bookmarks from the Firefox browser. Now, select a page you want to save as a bookmark. Right-click on it and select the Bookmark Page option.
Next, give your bookmark a name, select a folder you want to save the page to, and enter a tag, if you want. At last, click the Save button.
It will be saved as a bookmark. However, if you cannot find recently visited pages in the History section, you have to verify one setting. For that, follow these steps-
At first, open the Firefox browser, click on the menu button, and select Options.
Then, switch to the Privacy & Security tab. Alternatively, you can type
about:preferences#privacy in the address bar and press the Enter button.
Here you will see a heading called History. Make sure the Remember history option is selected.
If not, expand the drop-down list, select the Remember history option, and restart the Firefox browser.