Batch bookmark save (offline)

This is unrelated to WK but I’m always so impressed by the tech-savviness of the people in this community so I wanted to throw out a “want” that I’ve always had. I’ve always wanted to be able to save webpages for offline use. 

Okay, sure you can ctrl+s to save the webpage but, each time, it requires you to title the HTML and its folder dependencies, find a directory to save in, wait for the save to complete and during that time you can’t exit out of the tab until it’s 100% done for whatever reason. It takes time when you have a lot of reference. I’d rather just be able to save a bunch of bookmark pages under a folder in my bookmarks and batch it all out at once. Not the whole bookmark manager mind you, but just a specific folder where I have a subset of files.

 I figured, if there was anyone that I could ask that might know something that already existed, it would probably be you all. In my google chrome-related searching, I’ve only come up with google dev group forums and each of them basically go “heh, why would you want that?” or they go inactive before resolving.

tl;dr - is there a way to batch save a folder of webpage bookmarks so that you can have offline backups of webpages? Evernote and Instapaper are great but they aren’t meant for batch purposes.

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Very good Guppie. Let’s hope OP will read it!