Adding a website or link to your favorites in Safari on your Mac can be very useful, especially if you frequently visit a particular site. Whether you’re using a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or iMac, the process is the same. In this post, we’ll show you how to add any website or link to your favorites in Safari.
What are Favorites?
Favorites are links that you frequently visit. When you start your browser, you’ll find these links in the Favorites bar. You can add any website or link to your Favorites bar for quick and easy access.
How to Add a Link to Your Favorites
Let’s say you want to add Google.com to your Favorites bar. To do this, follow these simple steps:
1. Open Safari and go to the website or link you want to add to your Favorites bar.
2. Click on Bookmarks and select “Add Bookmark” or press Command + D.
3. A window will appear. Here you can add a name for your bookmark. For example, you can name it “My Google.”
4. Next, select “Favorites” from the drop-down menu and click on “Add.”
5. That’s it! Your website or link is now added to your Favorites bar.
Managing Your Favorites
To manage your Favorites, click on the sidebar tab, which will show your Favorites, Bookmarks, and Reading List. Here, you can edit, delete, and manage your Favorites as per your requirements.
Adding your frequently visited websites or links to your Favorites bar in Safari can save you time and make your life easier. We hope this guide helped you understand how to add any website or link to your Favorites in Safari on your Mac.