If you are like me and you have thousands of bookmarks, you need to have them well-organized to actually make use of them. I organized my bookmarks into several layers of folders and sub-folders. The one problem with this approach in Mozilla Firefox is that when trying to find a specific bookmark, I have a hard time locating its folder.
To show you what I am talking about, let’s say that I want to find the bookmark for
Search for a Bookmark
To do this, I launch
Firefox finds the bookmark all right but I have no clue where it is located within the folder tree of my many bookmarks.
Show Parent Folder Add-On
There is an elegant solution to this bug in Mozilla Firefox.
Go to the Mozilla add-on page of Show Parent Folder and click on the
You will need to restart Firefox to finish installing the add-on.
After that, you will notice one little change among the Library’s
There is now a new
This comes in handy especially when trying to locate a specific bookmark among thousands of bookmarks organized into hundreds of folders and sub-folders.
Now when I do a search on
And there it is! The bookmark can be found in a folder called
Now it is very easy to locate my bookmarks.
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