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Chapter 11. Exploring .Mac Services > Working with .Mac Bookmarks

Working with .Mac Bookmarks

Bookmarks are just another place to store the addresses of all the fantastic Web sites that you are constantly going back to, time and time again. As the years roll by, you've probably generated quite a collection of bookmarks, and you need access to them. Since these great bookmarks are located within your browser, why would you need them in two places? What if you're on the road, you don't have your computer, and you need information on that great restaurant… but you don't remember their Web site? All you have to do is sign into your .Mac account (on any computer), and access your bookmarks. With the amount of traveling some people do, that can turn out to be a lifesaver.

Access .Mac Bookmarks

Open your browser and sign on to your .Mac account.

Click the Bookmarks link.

A welcome screen appears.

IMPORTANT If you've previously activated synchronization within your Address Book, your Safari bookmarks will be synchronized.

Click Open Bookmarks.

The Bookmarks dialog appears with a list of folders such as News, Kids, Sports, Shopping, Travel, and any other folders you have added.

Click on a folder, and then a bookmark to access the site.

When you're done, close any open windows.


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