Important Notice: The My AOL Favorites site will be going away on November 16, 2011.

If you have used this site to store favorite bookmarks or feeds, you will have until this date to export them. You can then import the file(s) to your web browser, alternate favorites product or feed reader of choice.


STEPS FOR PC USERS:

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Bookmarks:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Bookmarks
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your bookmarks)
2. In the left pane, click Export Bookmarks at the bottom. An html file will begin to download
3. Click Save, and navigate to the location in which you want the file to be saved
4. Click Save to complete the download
5. To import the file into another bookmark experience, navigate to its Import Bookmarks option and select the file to be imported (Note: If you are importing into a browser like IE, the browser's Help section will have directions that guide you through this process)

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Feeds:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Feeds
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your feeds)
2. In the left pane, click Export Feeds at the bottom. An xml file will begin to download
3. Click Save, and navigate to the location in which you want the file to be saved
4. Click Save to complete the download
5. To import the file into another feeds experience, navigate to its Import Feeds option and select the file to be imported (Note: Most feed readers have an easy-to-use feed import option in their settings area)


STEPS FOR SAFARI FOR MAC USERS:

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Bookmarks:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Bookmarks
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your bookmarks)
2. In the left pane, click Export Bookmarks at the bottom. The Downloads window will pop up and an html file (bookmarks.html) will begin to download
3. To import the file into Safari, select File...Import Bookmarks from the menu at the top of the screen. Navigate to your Downloads folder (it's in your home folder) and select bookmarks.html.
4. The Bookmarks dialog will pop up and your bookmarks will be in a folder named "imported"
(with today's date on the end).

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Feeds:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Feeds
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your feeds)
2. In the left pane, click Export Feeds at the bottom. The Downloads window will pop up and an xml file will begin to download
3. To import the file into another feeds experience, navigate to its Import Feeds option and select the file to be imported (Note: Most feed readers have an easy-to-use feed import option in their settings area)


STEPS FOR FIREFOX FOR MAC USERS:

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Bookmarks:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Bookmarks
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your bookmarks)
2. In the left pane, click Export Bookmarks at the bottom. The Downloads window will pop up and an html file (bookmarks.html) will begin to download
3. To import the file into Firefox, use the menu at the top of the screen and go to Bookmarks...Show all Bookmarks.
4. Click on the Firefox star icon and select Import Bookmarks from HTML... Navigate to your Downloads folder (it's in your home folder) and select bookmarks.html.
5. Your bookmarks will show up in a folder called "Bookmarks" under "Bookmarks Menu".

Follow These Steps for Exporting Your Feeds:
1. Access Favorites by going to http://favorites.aol.com and select Feeds
(You will need to sign in first in order to export your feeds)
2. In the left pane, click Export Feeds at the bottom. The Downloads window will pop up and an xml file will begin to download
3. To import the file into another feeds experience, navigate to its Import Feeds option and select the file to be imported (Note: Most feed readers have an easy-to-use feed import option in their settings area)


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