Google Shut Down Bookmarks on September 30, Won’t Affect Bookmarks Browser
Google Bookmarks will be completely shut down on September 30. A banner was placed on the Google Bookmarks website that states that after the above-indicated data, the service will no longer be supported by Google.
Since it was launched in 2005, the service has not been used by many users. Notably, Google also indicated that the deactivation of Google Bookmarks to browser bookmarks and starred places on Google Maps is not affected. If necessary, these bookmarks can be saved outside.
Killed by Google found the end of the Google Bookmarks service and published it on Twitter. Google will publish a warning on the bookmarking website that says “After September 30, 2021, Google Bookmarks will no longer be supported.” You may also save your bookmarks by choosing “Export bookmarks.” Go here to see whether any bookmarks have been saved.
When it was released in 2005 the Google Bookmarks service was very advanced. It provides a cloud storage service for users to save their bookmarks along with notebooks and labels, which helps to search and categorize the data that are stored on the web.
Google may also have synchronized or stored Google Maps data partially on its website. In particular, only Google Maps starred locations have been preserved on the website.
It should also be noted that Maps data from users are not lost as a Google Speaker stated that “Google Maps Starred Locations don’t go anywhere. All of your starspots remain intact, and as you always have you can still store them in a list.”
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