How To Edit Shortcuts On Google Chrome

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In order to improve the browsing experience, Google Chrome offers various features and tools as the top internet browser in the world. One such feature is the option to customize and manage shortcuts for your preferred websites directly from the new tab page. This post will provide step-by-step instructions for editing these shortcuts.

Step 1: Open Google Chrome

Start by opening Google Chrome. If you don’t have Google Chrome installed, download it from the official website.

Step 2: Open a New Tab

Once you have Google Chrome open, open a new tab. You can accomplish this by clicking on the + sign next to your last tab, or you can use the shortcut Ctrl+T (on Windows) or Command+T (on Mac).

Step 3: Edit a Shortcut

On your New Tab page, you’ll see a series of small squares. These are your shortcuts. To edit a shortcut, hover over the one you wish to edit. Click on the three-dot menu that appears and select Edit.

In the Edit Shortcut dialog that opens, you can change the Name of the shortcut, which is how it will appear on the new tab page. You can also edit the URL, which is the website address that Chrome will take you to when you click on the shortcut. Once you’ve made your changes, click Done.

//To illustrate, let's rename a shortcut to 'My Web' and change the URL to ''
Name: My Web

Step 4: Save Changes

After you click Done, your changes will be saved, and the edited shortcut will appear on the New Tab page.

And that is how you edit shortcuts on Google Chrome! This handy feature allows for quick and easy access to your favorite web pages. Happy browsing!