Chrome bookmark manager is the feature that IT admins can use for streamlining access to vetted resources on the web by deploying web-applications and websites to users' Chrome browsers in the form of bookmarks. In a SaaS-dominant environment, users rely heavily on browsers to get work done. These SaaS applications, although just a browser search away, are not easy to find when users don't know what they're looking for. With the help of Chrome bookmark manager, IT admins can simplify the employees' day-to-day work.
Chrome bookmark management is the process of deploying bookmarks to users' Chrome browsers. Chrome bookmark manager is a feature offered by Browser Security Plus that allows IT admins to deploy mission-critical web applications and websites in the form of bookmarks to users' Chrome browsers. The bookmarks created by IT admins will have precedence over user-created ones. Based on requirement, bookmarks can be sorted in alphabetical order or in the order of importance. Once IT admin deploys a bookmark, users will not be able to alter or delete it.
IT admins can leverage the bookmarks bar to streamline access to mission-critical web apps and websites. They can silently distribute web apps to the bookmarks bar using Browser Security Plus' Chrome bookmark management feature. Here's how you can use Browser Security Plus to add bookmarks to users' browsers:
Once saved, you can click on the sort button to sort in alphabetical order.
To manage Chrome bookmarks, follow the below steps:
1. Open Chrome browser on your computer.
2. Open the website that you wish to bookmark.
3. Click on the star on the right corner of the address bar.
4. Select folder where you want to save the bookmark and click on save.
5. Open Chrome browser.
6. At the top right corner, click on more.
7. Click on Bookmark manager and then click on edit.
8. Open Chrome browser.
9. At the top right corner, click on more.
10. Click on Bookmark manager and then click on delete.
IT admins can use a GPO and Chrome's ADMX templates to deploy bookmarks on managed computers. However, the management and security policies configured using GPO will no longer apply when users step out of the network. As more and more organizations are embracing work-from-home policies, IT admins can no longer rely on GPOs for managing bookmarks and meeting their organization’s security requirements. Download a free, 30-day trial of Browser Security Plus to enjoy all the features it has to offer.