By default your Bookmarks Bar will not display on your New Tab page. To resolve this we have added an option to enable a Bookmarks Bar in the Links settings.
Enabling Momentum's Bookmarks Bar displays your existing Google Chrome or Firefox Bookmarks at the top of your dashboard.
Enabling Momentum's Bookmarks Bar
You can quickly enable and disable Momentum's Bookmarks Bar within Chrome and Firefox in the Links settings.
- Click the Settings icon at the bottom left corner of your dashboard.
- Click Links on the left of your settings menu.
- Click the switch next to Bookmarks Bar in your Links settings. If this is your first time enabling the Bookmarks Bar, Momentum will ask permission to access your existing bookmarks, click the Allow button to enable your Bookmarks Bar.
The bookmarks that are displayed are linked to your Google or Firefox Account, so if you don't see the bookmarks that you were expecting, make sure that you are signed in to your Google Chrome or Firefox account.
Customizing Momentum's Bookmarks Bar
At the bottom of the Links settings you will find a number of additional Bookmarks Bar options, which will allow you to further customize Momentum's Bookmarks Bar.
Hides the titles of your bookmarked websites for a cleaner look, which allows for more bookmarks to display on the bookmarks bar.
Show Most Visited
Represented by an "M" Folder icon, this option displays your Most Visited website folder on the bookmarks bar. Clicking this folder will display your Most Visited websites on the bookmarks bar.
Start in Most Visited
Opens your Most Visited website folder on the bookmarks bar by default, instead of your standard bookmarks.
Show Bookmarks Manager
Represented by a Star icon on your bookmarks bar. Clicking this will redirect you to your Google Chrome Bookmarks Manager, where you can reorder your bookmarks and bookmark folders. This option is only available in the Google Chrome version of Momentum.
Show Other Bookmarks
Represented by an "O" Folder icon, this option displays your Other Bookmarks folder on the bookmarks bar. Clicking this folder will display your the websites located in your Other Bookmarks folder on your bookmarks bar.
Looking for your browser's default Bookmarks Bar?
Unfortunately, by default the Google Chrome and Firefox Bookmarks Bars doesn't display on your New Tab page. You can manually enable them each time you start a new browsing session though.
Manually enabling Google Chrome's default Bookmarks Bar
Press the command (or ctrl on Windows) + shift + B keys on your keyboard at the same time.
Firefox's default Bookmarks Bar
Press the command (or ctrl on Windows) + B keys on your keyboard at the same time.
Or select View > Toolbars > Bookmarks Toolbar in the Firefox menu.