Transform your browser workflow
Total ratings for tabExtend
4.30 (Rating count: 17)
Recent reviews for tabExtend
Recent rating average: 4.25
All time rating average: 4.30
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|As a habitual browser with dozens of tabs open, I was always on the lookout for a tool to help me manage the chaos. Cue the entrance of TabExtend, a Chrome extension that has completely transformed my online experience for the better. User Interface: From the get-go, TabExtend's clean and intuitive interface impressed me. The design is sleek, and it's evident that the developers put thought into creating a user-friendly environment. With drag-and-drop functionality, organizing tabs is not only efficient but also satisfying. Functionality: TabExtend allows you to group tabs into lists, which can be named and color-coded for easy identification. This feature alone is a game-changer, turning my previously cluttered browser into a well-organized workspace. One-click saves my entire session, and I can even add notes and to-do lists, making it an all-in-one productivity powerhouse.
|not working in Edge~ Chrome is ok
|This is a fantastic extension that solves multiple issues which I'd previously used several different extensions to manage. It is by far the best use of the new-tab screen I've found. It is also an excellent open-tab manager, allowing you to quickly convert a window of open tabs to a tab set within the app, closing them to free memory, and allowing you to restore them all (or individually) with a click. It also offers a new 'bookmarks' or 'favorites' concept, where you can store an entire set of tabs as an object, and then open them all as a new window (in contrast to opening individual sites as tabs with the traditional paradigm). This really useful to me where I'll often open several different sites associated with a task, e.g. opening several different online video sites I'll usually open right away when I'm looking for something to watch, or several different research sites to look for books or journal articles. There are fixable, minor issues with bugs and performance.
|After only using it for a day or two I already bought the 1 year plan; I can feel already how useful it's going to be in helping me organize my tabs. Up until now I'd been using SessionBuddy to store my abundance of tabs, but this makes them much more accessible, and much easier to organize. It's too bad mobile app integration isn't possible, I could see myself paying twice as much to have this on my phone.