See more of your Chrome bookmarks
There are several websites that I visit regularly in Chrome, so I bookmark these to make my life easier. The process is fairly straightforward: open the website you want to bookmark, click the star icon at the top-right of the browser bar, rename the bookmark (optional), then click Done.
One drawback is that websites with long names take up most of the space on the toolbar, meaning you can’t fit in as many bookmarks.
The secret to fitting in more is to save your bookmarks with shorter names. I tend to abbreviate the website name to two or three letters. This is easily done when creating new bookmarks, but what about ones you’ve already created?
Thankfully, these are easy to rename. Press Ctrl+shift+o to open Chrome’s Bookmarks Manager, where you’ll see a list of all your bookmarks. Right-click an entry, click Edit, then rename the bookmark.
As you shorten your bookmarks’ names, you’ll notice more of them are visible on your toolbar (see screenshot). Drag the bookmarks up and down this list to reorder them (entries at the top of the list appear on the left of your browser toolbar).
I can now see 23 bookmarks on my Chrome toolbar, compared to eight before.