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Save and Manage the Bookmarks in an Opera Mini Web Browser

Updated on January 15, 2012

Intoduction

Opera Mini is the number one web browser in the world. On a small screen of mobile phone, we can browse the websites made for computer with the help of Opera Mini mobile web browser. This is the magic of Opera Mini web browser, that we can surf entire web with ease of use on the small screen of our mobile phone. Today, we are going to learn about saving and managing the bookmarks in an Opera Mini mobile web browser.

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How to save and manage the bookmarks in an Opera Mini web browser?

I will explain this step by step with an example.

  1. Open Opera Mini web browser in your mobile phone.
  2. Type any web address in the address bar of an Opera Mini web browser that you want to save as a bookmark. Example, http://google.com
  3. Now, the desired website is in front of you.
  4. Press left soft key of your mobile phone, you will see the "Menu options" of an Opera Mini mobile web browser.
  5. Select "Bookmarks" from these options.
  6. The alternate shortcut to this is available. Press #5 on your mobile and you will get the access to the bookmarks of your Opera Mini web browser.
  7. In the first row of "Bookmarks" section, you will see + sign in a green circle. The option in front of this sign is "Add (The address of a site that you have opened at the moment)". Press the centre key of your mobile phone to add the site as a bookmark.
  8. Next, the bookmark options for the specific bookmarks will come in front of you. These bookmark options are Title, Address and Folder.
  9. You can give a specific title to your bookmark. You can even change the site you are bookmarking at the moment, by changing its address. To categories your bookmarks, move to the respective folder.
  10. Finally, Press the left soft key of your mobile phone and add bookmark of a website in your Opera Mini mobile web browser.

This is the simple procedure of adding a bookmark in your Opera Mini mobile web browser. I hope you found this article helpful. Please share it with your friends by using sharing options given at the end of this hub.

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