How to import Delicious Bookmarks to Google Bookmarks

Importing Delicious bookmarks to Google Bookmarks

With the announcement of the uncertainty future of Delicious, the bookmark service from Yahoo!, back in December of 2010, users started searching for alternative services to migrate their bookmarks; in despite that Delicious has said that users shouldn’t have nothing to worry about. Now Google has decided to step up in the game and not to lose an opportunity to gain more users in its cloud bookmark service, and made available to everyone a new tool to import Delicious Bookmarks to Google Bookmarks that is an easy and pain-free task.

To import or migrate your Delicious Bookmarks to Google Bookmarks service, you just simple need to visit the Delicious to Google Bookmarks importer page or log-in to your Google Bookmarks account and click the link Import Delicious Bookmarks, enter your credential. This can be done in two ways by entering your Delicious login credentials or by using the one-click OAuth with your Yahoo! ID.

Delicious to Google Bookmarks - Import

Next, once you have entered your login credentials, you may have to agree the terms, and then you will be presented with all the Delicious Bookmarks that you can import, by default all the Bookmarks are selected. From here you can just simply click the Import button to import all the Bookmarks to your Google Bookmarks account or you can click None and select only the links that you want to. The nice thing about this Google Bookmarks Importer is that it preserves most, if not all of the settings from your Delicious Bookmarks like Link name, obviously the URL, and the bookmark tags.

Importing Delicious bookmarks to Google Bookmarks

And that is it, pretty easy, right?

Bookmarks imported

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