After upgrading to Sierra, The option to add a webpage to the default “Bookmarks Folder” of Safari has disappeared. I’m given the option to bookmark a webpage to my Favorites folder, as well as all of my custom folders, but I no longer have the option to bookmark to “Bookmarks.” The Bookmark folder still exists, along with my previous bookmarks within it, but the option to add to it has disappeared from the UI:
In as many previous OSX’s as I can recall, “Bookmarks” existed as an option to bookmark a webpage to. Now it’s gone. I’ve added a “Bookmarks 2.0” folder in the meantime to save webpages to.
I’ve cleared my cache & local data, tried disabling extensions, purged Safari’s
Saved Application State folder contents, and traversed all of Safari’s preferences to see if I’d overlooked something. Additionally, I’ve reset iCloud syncing (unchecked then rechecked
System Preferences > iCloud > Safari).
Nothing has worked. What gives?!
If there’s any confusion, SE member tubedogg posted a screenshot of the default configuration I’m talking about in the comment section. Many thanks :)