The only problem was that doing that involved 3 steps in both Firefox and Chrome. In Firefox, you had to go to the bookmarks library and then search for the bookmark, and then add the keyword. Whereas, in Chrome you had to edit search engine, then add a new search engine and the corresponding keyword for that site.
Frencheso, one of our readers, came up with a neat solution in the comments that takes care of the issue in Firefox. He shared some steps that could help the Keyword option appear when you click on the star icon on Firefox’s address bar.
Lets check out how we could get this done.
Step 1. Firstly, you’d need to visit your Firefox profile folder. Windows user can type in %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles in the start menu. For Mac and Linux users, here are the instructions.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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