What to KnowGo to the website, select Menu (three dots) > More Tools. Choose Add to desktop, Create shortcut, or Create application shortcuts.Then, name the shortcut and select Create.You can also create shortcuts in a folder, on the desktop, or on the Taskbar.
This article explains how to create a shortcut to a website in Google Chrome and add it to your desktop, a folder, or the Taskbar.
How to Create Chrome Shortcuts on Your Desktop
When you create a shortcut to a web page, the shortcut opens the web page in a standalone window without any menus, tabs, or other browser components. A Chrome shortcut can also be configured to open as a standard web page in a new browser tab since the standalone window option isn't available in all versions of Windows.
Open the Chrome web browser and go to a web page.
Go to the Chrome menu, located in the upper-right corner of the browser and represented by three vertically-aligned dots.
Select More tools and choose either Add to desktop, Create shortcut, or Create application shortcuts (the option you see depends on your operating system).
Type a name for the shortcut or leave the default name, which is the title of the web page.
Select Create to add the shortcut to your desktop.
More Information on Creating Chrome Shortcuts
The above method isn't the only way to make shortcuts that open in Chrome. Here are some other ways to create a shortcut to a web page:
Create a Shortcut in a FolderHighlight a URL in the address bar.Drag the link to a folder on your computer.
Create a Shortcut on the DesktopRight-click the desktop, go to New, and select Shortcut.Enter the URL and select Next.Type a name for the shortcut and select Finish.
Create a Shortcut on the TaskbarSelect a shortcut on the desktop.Drag the shortcut to the Windows taskbar.
If none of these methods open the link in Chrome, change the default browser in Windows.