Press and hold the bookmark icon on the upper left of the screen. A box will pop down that gives you the option to add the page to your reading list or add a bookmark. Choose "Add Bookmark. Tap "Add Bookmark.
Another box pops down that gives you options for where to save your bookmark. The default is Favorites. When you add a bookmark to Favorites, its icon appears on your screen every time you open a new Safari tab.
A drop down box with your favorites also appears when you tap into the search field. You can open a favorite by touching the icon. Your other basic location option is a folder called Bookmarks.
Tap "Location" and a list of available locations for your bookmark will drop down. Select where you want to save your bookmark. You can also create a bookmark using the share icon on the upper right corner of your screen. Tap the share icon.
A box drops down with sharing options. Drag the bottom line to the left to see bookmarking options. Choose "Add Bookmark" to add to your bookmarks. A box will drop down that allows you to choose your bookmark location.
Add bookmarks or favorites using their respective buttons. If you know you want to add the bookmark to your favorites, tap the "Add to Favorites" icon from the bottom line of the drop-down menu. You can toggle a list of your bookmarks on the left side of your browser screen by tapping the bookmarks icon. To delete a bookmark, simply swipe left on the line with the website name. A red Delete box will appear. Click "Delete" and the bookmark will disappear.
To change the order of your bookmarks, open Bookmarks by tapping the icon. Touch and hold a bookmark and drag it up or down. One is called Favorites.
In Safari on your Mac, bookmark webpages to quickly revisit them. A bookmark is a link to a webpage that you save so you can quickly revisit the page later. Navigate to the website you want to add to your Favorites bar (e.g. Click on the Bookmarks menu and choose Bookmark this Page.
Any bookmark you save in Favorites will also show up in the Safari bookmarks bar on iPad and Mac. If you sync your Safari settings via iCloud, then these favorites will also sync. The bookmarks bar is a good place to store oft-used sites — your email service, for example — but it is also the spot to store bookmarklets that have their own special functions.
For example, you can add a bookmarklet that will translate the current page with a single tap. The other special folder is chosen by you.
By default, these bookmarks will be taken from the Favorites folder, and mixed in with recent- and oft-viewed sites automatically added by Safari. This will show you a list of your bookmark folders. Just tap the one you want to set it. Now, whenever you open a new tab, you will see bookmarks from this list.
You can set a different folder for each of your devices: iPhone, iPad, Mac. If you do this, then an icon will be added to the home screen, right next to the apps. You can move it around, put in the dock, and add it to a folder, just like any other app icon. You might want to add a home-screen icon for your email service, for example. To add a bookmark to the Home Screen, proceed as above, for adding a regular bookmark.
Just hit the share arrow in Safari scroll the bottom row of buttons and tap Add to Home Screen.
Anonymous form close x. Website bookmarks are a great way to build and organize a list of sites that interest you, so that you can refer back to them quickly in your favorite browser. In iOS, the option is a little more hidden, but once you know where it is, it's just as easy to use. In Safari, navigate to the website you want to save as a bookmark. Touch and hold the Bookmarks icon at the bottom of the screen. Tap Add Bookmark. Give the bookmark a title, and tap the icon under Location to select the folder where you want to save it.
Tap Save when you're done.