Moving bookmarks between desktop browsers is fairly straightforward. You can either let Chrome automatically import the bookmarks or do it manually yourself, as explained on the Google Support website.
To auto-import browser bookmarks from Safari:
1. Fire up Chrome on your computer.
2. Click the three-dot menu button located in the upper right corner of the browser.
3. Navigate to Bookmarks > Import Bookmarks and Settings.
4. Pick Safari from the drop-down menu.
5. Browsing history, Bookmarks, and Search are checked by default. Uncheck the other items if you only want to import the bookmarks.
6. Click Import and then Done.
As mentioned, you can also transfer the bookmarks manually, but you’ll need the related HTML file. This is also a simple process, but it takes a few extra steps.
1. Open Safari on your computer.
2. Go to File > Export Bookmarks.
3. Save the HTML file in your local Mac storage.
4. Open Chrome and go to Bookmarks > Import Bookmarks and Settings
5. This time, pick Bookmarks HTML File from the drop-down menu.
6. Locate the .html file and click Choose File.
On a fresh installation of Chrome, the imported bookmarks will appear on the bookmarks bar (you can show or hide the bar with Ctrl + Shift + B.) But if you’ve already created new bookmarks on Chrome, you’ll find the imported Safari bookmarks in a folder called “Other bookmarks.”