Google Bookmarks Will Shut Down on September 30
Google Bookmarks might be shut down fully on September 30. A banner has been put up on the Google Bookmarks web site that mentions that the service will not be supported by Google after the talked about date. The service has not been utilized by many customers because it was launched in 2005. Notably, Google additionally talked about that customers’ browser bookmarks and starred areas on Google Maps is not going to be affected by the shutdown on Google Bookmarks. These bookmarks might be saved externally if required.
The discontinuation of the Google Bookmarks service was noticed by Killed by Google and shared on Twitter. When visiting the bookmarking web site, Google shows a message stating “After September 30th 2021, Google Bookmarks will no longer be supported.” It additionally mentions that customers can save their bookmarks by clicking on “Export bookmarks.” Head here to see in case you have any bookmarks saved.
If customers discover a ton of knowledge on the Google Bookmarks web site that they did not save, it’s probably that the information was saved by a Maps app. It’s also probably that Google could have been synchronising or could also be partially storing Google Maps information onto the web site. Notably, solely the starred areas from Google Maps have been saved on the web site.
It’s also value noting that customers’ Maps information is not going to be misplaced as a Google spokesperson confirmed that “Starred Locations in Google Maps aren’t going anywhere. All of your starred places remain intact, and you’ll still be able to save places to a list just like you always have.”
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