Once you bookmark a site, there’s no guarantee that you will re-check it sometime soon. Now, Google wants to make bookmarks more visible and more useful. The company is adding a Chrome extension called Google Bookmark Manager, that will help you.
The extension will list the links with illustrated items and with snapshots of the pages you’ve bookmarked. After that, the collection of links will be automatically grouped into to folders and Google will make suggestions on the most suitable folders you can group the link into.
Nevertheless, you will be able to search through your bookmarks using the URLs, the websites titles and, most important, by using the content of bookmarked pages as well. Unfortunately, this new feature isn’t officialy announced, so this new bookmarks system is still in public beta test and you can check it out at the Chrome Web Store.Source: theverge