Using Emojis instead of text to mark your bookmarks, you can insert more, and you can easily identify them by sight.
How to Label Bookmarks with Emoji
Creating Emoji Labels is as simple as using emoji in any text field. In Safari, tap (or click, Mac) the Favorites butt located next to the URL bar. This will open the bookmarks sidebar. Navigate to the Favorites folder . The Favorites folder is the e used to fill the favorites bar.
Tap the Favorites folder to open it, and then tap Edit . Then, tap the bookmark you want to tag with emojis. In the editing screen, you just need to use the emoji keyboard to add the symbols of your choice, instead of using old text. When de, press the small back arrow to return to the Favorites folder, and press Finished . Look for! Your bookmark now has a sophisticated emoji label.
I use this to re-label my bookmarklets that force YouTube videos to play in full screen or picture-in-picture my iPad. I find it easier to hit them in the narrow bar of Favorites when I can see them clearly.
Try it. And remember, any changes you make will be synchrized between all your other iDevices.