The most visited folder on the toolbar is not up-to-date and does not the same content as the list of the most visited in the bookmarks library.

The content in the most visited tag on my toolbar doesn't seem to update and contains a few sites I have visited only once. If I look to organize Favorites there is a library for the most visited folder that seems to have a correct information, which is very different from the list of sites under the label of toolbar. How can I get the latest update list?

Is this a smart bookmark with the icon to the same folder as the working version?

If a copy and paste of the Working Group "Most visited" bookmark in the bookmarks (library) Manager only gives not a working copy you can create a new "Most visited" bookmark with location defined place: sort = 8 & maxResults = 10

You must paste the full text in the location field of this new bookmark and probably need to close and restart Firefox to make it work like a smart bookmark.

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