Google has started to roll out a dramatically different bookmarks manager for its Chrome browser, releasing it with the latest beta build and preparing users of the more popular stable version for an appearance within weeks.

But when Google asked for feedback, it got a thumbs down from most users.

On Nov. 19, Google said it would roll out the new bookmarks manager “gradually over the next few weeks” in the beta of Chrome 40. Users of the beta, including staffers at Computerworld, have had the new manager supplant the old, list-style bookmark tool.

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