If you are wondering about how to sync other browsing data in Microsoft Edge, here’s the answer for you.
Chromium-based Microsoft Edge automatically recognizes the Google account you are using in the Chrome web browser and automatically syncs browsing data such as bookmarks, passwords, etc. However, what if you are using other web browsers like Opera or Firefox? The following is a guide for you.
Click the Microsoft Edge extension menu icon and click on the Favorites item.
Or if you want faster, enter the “edge://favorites/” address in the URL bar of your browser and press ENTER to access Microsoft Edge’s Favorites management page.
In the Microsoft Edge Favorites management page, click the Import favorites option.
The browsing data input dialog box from the other browser appears, click on Import from.
And select the browser you are using and need to import data into Microsoft Edge, then click Import.
Microsoft Edge will synchronize data such as bookmarks, passwords, etc. from the selected browser to Microsoft Edge. And when done, announce All done! Will appear.
How to export data from another web browser is not included in Microsoft Edge support group
If you use another web browser that is not included in Microsoft Edge’s support group like Opera, you can perform manual data entry as follows.
Access the Export bookmarks section of your browser.
Next, select the location to save the output from the browser.
Once you’ve finished exporting your browser data, go to Microsoft Edge’s Favorites management page and click the Import favorites option. Then select “Favorites/Bookmarks HTML file” and click on the Choose File option.
Navigate to the package you extracted above and click Open to finish.
Very simple, right?