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I don't understand where some bookmarks are when using iOS

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I don't understand where some bookmarks are when using iOS.

For new bookmarks, I see a row of "Recently Saved" pages on the home page. But I can't find a "Recently Saved" folder in the bookmarks menu.

When I sync with MacOS I see the new bookmarks in a new folder "Mobile Bookmarks". But I can't find a "Mobile Bookmarks" folder on iOS.

Finally, on iOS, I don't see how to access the bookmarks I added to the Bookmarks Menu in MacOS.

I don't understand where some bookmarks are when using iOS. For new bookmarks, I see a row of "Recently Saved" pages on the home page. But I can't find a "Recently Saved" folder in the bookmarks menu. When I sync with MacOS I see the new bookmarks in a new folder "Mobile Bookmarks". But I can't find a "Mobile Bookmarks" folder on iOS. Finally, on iOS, I don't see how to access the bookmarks I added to the Bookmarks Menu in MacOS.

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I figured this out. The bookmarks pop-up that appears when I click the star at the top right (on an iPad) has a "back" arrow at the top left. I was inside the "Bookmarks Menu" folder; going back allowed me to see "Bookmarks Toolbar" folder.

I wasn't expecting to see anything further up the "tree", but going back one more time reveals "Desktop Bookmarks" and a bookmark I added a few hours earlier, which also appeared on the start page under "Recently Saved" and (after sync) in the "Mobile Bookmarks" folder on my Mac.

This doesn't seem like the easiest way to manage bookmarks, but at least I know that all my bookmarks are there.

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I figured this out. The bookmarks pop-up that appears when I click the star at the top right (on an iPad) has a "back" arrow at the top left. I was inside the "Bookmarks Menu" folder; going back allowed me to see "Bookmarks Toolbar" folder.

I wasn't expecting to see anything further up the "tree", but going back one more time reveals "Desktop Bookmarks" and a bookmark I added a few hours earlier, which also appeared on the start page under "Recently Saved" and (after sync) in the "Mobile Bookmarks" folder on my Mac.

This doesn't seem like the easiest way to manage bookmarks, but at least I know that all my bookmarks are there.

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