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A very old and reliable chrome app. Very useful, and been using it for many years. It has saved me so much time on my potato PCs that have like 512MB of RAM that chrome instantly burns. One of the most timeless and useful utility apps and one of the original few tab managers I'd seen on the web store. See More
Raghu Ranganathan's Experience
Quickly exclude any single web page or entire site with just a couple clicks of the mouse. This is great for domains with text fields you don't want to lose your progress in or streaming video players you don't want to lose their position in when paused for long periods of time. See More
Great for minimizing the amount of memory Chrome uses. See More
Andrea Mueller's Experience
Very reliable recommendations on what to buyWe built an AI that analyses the same product data you would yourself: price drops, expert reviews, user reviews, what Reddit thinks & more.
Plugs right into Amazon to save you moneyIt works as a Chrome extension, so instead of seeing the crappy sponsored products on Amazon, you can see what's actually a good use of your money.
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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
OneTab saved me from "Tabs Hell" in Chrome that used to cause pc to nonresponsive. It's great I can stop freezing my pc by clicking on the OneTab Icon. I love this. For further info check out my post relative to this experience. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-maximum-number-of-tabs-open-in-Google-or-Computer/answer/Dan-Jay-2 See More
Dan Jay's Experience
It's easy to forget that clicking on the OneTab button in the extensions bar doesn't show you options – it saves your current session by closing all your tabs in the given browser window. That might be slightly annoying if you were trying to access the OneTab dashboard or view OneTab options instead of trying to save your current session in OneTab, but this is only a minor inconvenience given how easy it is to restore your session. See More
This is not so much a con as much as it is a heads up for those who use OneTab as a form of transient digital bookmarking (like me!). When you click on a tab/link in any given OneTab session, that will cause it to disappear from the list of tabs in that section. It would be nice if there was an interim period or separate place where the link is still visible/accessible. That or it would be nice to have a version history of past closed tabs/links and sessions. See More
Cluster is an amazing tool for organizing tabs. The extension provides a ton of handy features to make you more organized. I especially like the drag and drop feature as you can rearrange tabs or move them to new windows easily. Cluster also includes a window suspend feature which helps reduce the memory usage of Chrome. Many window managers are slow when opening saved windows, but due to the fast restore feature in Cluster, the extension quickly opens hundreds of tabs without any load. I would recommend Cluster to anyone who wants an awesome tab manager that can help them become more organized. See More
Nathan R's Experience
As I fall down the rabbit hole that is the internet. I use session buddy to keep my research organized so I can stay on track. workflow example: Problem to solve Reseach problem - open a bunch of tabs on the subject - when the loose pertinence or are cluttering (save them as a session if they may still have value) Reseach solution - open a bunch of tabs to get a broad overview to find the best possible solution given constraints - attempt solution - save rest to session buddy in case I need to revisit. Why do the same research twice? See More
Lucas Zapico's Experience
Session Buddy has a clean user interface and is a great program for managing many tabs. The ability to name groups of tabs is very useful and helps me become more organized. Compared to some other tab managers, Session Buddy has a cleaner and more organized interface. Session Buddy is a great task manager that will help you organize all of your tabs. See More
Nathan R's Experience
I've got a tab problem. So much so, my dog's name is "Tab" as a pun for the number of tabs I would have open. :D Toby gives me exactly what I want. The ability to keep tabs, organize them, and even share them, without killing my system performance. Now I can have 72 tabs "open" but only "see" 5-7 of them. No more miraculous tab-mountain-ranges at the top of my view, but now I can actually read some titles! See More
I was looking for a session manager. I've seen a Toby and a SessionBuddy, but the problem is that they are too big. Toby uses my Chrome home screen (where I actually want to have an Unsplash wallpaper), SessionBuddy needs a full screen to open a session and it also does not look good. Toast is super lightweight and that's the biggest advantage. It lives in a tiny popup in top right corner. Is easy to use and actually pretty nice looking. See More