Google Bookmarks Will Be Shutting Down On September 30th
Google Bookmarks will be completely deactivated on September 30.
A banner was put up on the Google Bookmarks website indicating that the service would no longer be supported by Google after the specified date. The service has not been used by many users since its launch in 2005. Notably, Interestingly, Google also noted that user favorites and browser locations marked on Google Maps are not affected by turning off Google bookmarks. These bookmarks can be saved externally if necessary.
The end of the Google Bookmarks service was discovered by Google Killed and stripped of Twitter. When visiting the Bookmarks website, Google displays the message "After September 30, 2021, Google Bookmarks will no longer be supported". It also states that users can save their bookmarks by clicking on "Export bookmarks". Click here to see if you have any bookmarks saved.
If users find a lot of data on the Google Bookmarks website that they have not saved, it is possible that the data has been saved by the Maps app. There is also the possibility that Google may have synchronized or partially saved the data from Google Maps on the website. Notably, only the places marked by Google Maps are stored on the website.
It's also worth noting that users' Maps data will not be destroyed, as a Google spokesperson confirmed that "starred places are nowhere to be found on Google Maps. All your starred locations will remain intact and you can still save places." You have a to-do list as always.