What are the best Tabs management addons for web browsers?
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Plus: auto save, sharing permissions, various modes for organization, tab suspension, (optional!) new tab, layout switching, multi-platform, file attachments, most web apps supported, and its actively developed and updated with new features. With some ingenuity and a few extra extensions, I've even included my local directory resources in my client workspaces with in-place editing. See More
Even though most of the bugs and glitches are a result of conflicts with other extensions or browser features (e.g. edge rolling our new tab management features)... it takes a lot of trial an error to figure out what works. Some feedback by way of a useful error message would help. See More
It takes all of your tabs (choose between all/all-except-current/current/all-to-right/all-to-left) and turns them into links in a special OneTab tab where you can further manage your tabs by dividing them into groups, removing duplicates and securing them so that they can't be removed unless unsecured. See More
Never run a browser without this addon, I never face any problems... you can save all tabs with one click, export/import edit delete... perhaps the only missing tool that is a "deleted section" that will be empty by choosing from options (enable/disable - options: 30days - 3months - keep all deleted links) something like that... & perhaps that will be very helpful if there is a way to match all links that contain same domain name See More
Cloud sync still not available, only list view available See More
OneTab provides just the right amount of meta-info about the tabs you've saved. It groups them by session, and tells you how many tabs are in each session, as well as the date the session was created. Every saved tab includes the bookmarked favicon and page title. See More
The OneTab dashboard only appears the first time you open your browser after quitting, although you can also make it appear through the extension button in the extensions bar. This is less invasive behavior than the Chrome extensions that appear every time you open a new browser tab. See More
no option to export tabs to html or other formats See More