If you are like me you probably have way too many Chrome extensions and bookmarks. While there is nothing necessarily wrong with this, it does create a ton of visual clutter that can be distracting. This can also make it difficult to quickly find an extension or limit the number of bookmarks you can have in the bookmarks bar.
Today I wanted to share how you can clean up the visual clutter and create a more minimalist look in Chrome. In the video below I’ll show you how to “hide” Chrome Extensions, modify bookmark names, use icons as bookmarks, and create bookmark folders.