Tom’s Guide: Huge Google Chrome upgrade will put an end to tab insanity

Tom’s Guide: Huge Google Chrome upgrade will put an end to tab insanity. “We’ve all been there: You have dozens of Google Chrome tabs open at once, and you completely lost track of the one you really need right now. Fortunately, Google has a new solution to our collective tab hoarding problem. As spotted by Laptop Mag, Google’s new Tab Groups feature is rolling out in the Chrome 81 build of the popular web browser. This feature lets you group up tabs as if they were files in a folder, allowing you to have discrete labels for each.”

Ubergizmo: Latest Opera Update Will Make Easier To Manage Multiple Tabs

Ubergizmo: Latest Opera Update Will Make Easier To Manage Multiple Tabs. “These days browsers pretty much all come with tabs. Depending on the type of user you are, you might be the type that has many tabs open at once. This can be rather confusing if you’re trying to sort between the tabs, but if you’re an Opera user, then you might want to check out the latest update to the browser.”

Gizmodo: How to Stop Too Many Tabs From Taking Over Your Browser

Gizmodo: How to Stop Too Many Tabs From Taking Over Your Browser. “Browser tabs. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them. They’re both incredibly useful and an extremely annoying suck on your productivity and your computer’s system resources. But perhaps there is a way to use multiple tabs the way the universe intended without letting them run roughshod over your life.”

MakeUseOf: 5 Apps Better Than Browser Bookmarks to Manage Tabs and Save Links for Later

MakeUseOf: 5 Apps Better Than Browser Bookmarks to Manage Tabs and Save Links for Later. “Bookmarks are great to save links for later, but they do tend to pile up into clutter. These smart apps will help manage bookmarks better than the built-in browser feature and even get you through your read-it-later list.” A few additional suggestions in the comments, but I really like the idea of 30DayBookmarks.

The Next Web: Chrome finally introduces a visual tab switcher that’s easy to use on mobile

The Next Web: Chrome finally introduces a visual tab switcher that’s easy to use on mobile. “We all have been in the situation where we’ve lost count the number of browser tabs we’ve opened on our phones. To help you solve that problem, Google just introduced a bunch of clever new features for tab management in Chrome on mobile and desktop, including a tiled tab switcher and tab grouping.”

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices

Lifehacker: How to Share Chrome Browser Tabs Across Devices. “Google is finally rolling out a convenient new tool for sharing Chrome tabs between devices. Cross-device tab sharing has been in Chrome Canary builds for a few months, but now appears to be available for many users in the stable desktop and mobile versions as well. We’ll show you how to enable the setting and share tabs from both desktop and mobile.”

Lifehacker: Organize Your Browser Tabs with OneTab, but Back Them Up, Too

Lifehacker: Organize Your Browser Tabs with OneTab, but Back Them Up, Too. “I love OneTab, and you should, too. It’s an incredibly easy way to take the nightmare of tabs you’ve been saving in your browser window and condense them all into a single, easy-to-scan web page. I use this extension constantly, and it has helped me turn my overflowing tab problem into a more manageable mess.”

CNET: Stop drowning in browser tabs with this Google Chrome trick

CNET: Stop drowning in browser tabs with this Google Chrome trick. “Google’s new tab-grouping feature for the Chrome browser on desktop just might be the answer to your prayers. If you’re one of those people who always has 25 tabs open on one screen, the new tool will organize them so you’re not clicking through tabs like a mad person trying to find that email you opened five minutes ago.”

ZDNet: Windows 10’s ‘Sets’ feature is gone and not expected to return

ZDNet: Windows 10’s ‘Sets’ feature is gone and not expected to return. “In 2017, Microsoft officials provided a preview of two new features coming to Windows 10: Timeline and Sets. Timeline made it into Windows 10 as part of the April 2018 Update, but Sets didn’t. And it’s looking like it never will be included in Windows 10.”

Bleeping Computer: Mozilla is Making it Easier to Search Open Tabs in Firefox

Bleeping Computer: Mozilla is Making it Easier to Search Open Tabs in Firefox. “If you always have a lot of tabs open and its difficult to find a particular tab, Mozilla is introducing a feature that will make this easier. Starting in Firefox 66, Mozilla will be adding the ability to search the open tabs in Firefox in order to find a particular tab.”

TechCrunch: Workona helps web workers finally close all those tabs

TechCrunch: Workona helps web workers finally close all those tabs . “A new startup, Workona, this week launched software designed for those who primarily do their work in a browser. The company’s goal is to become the OS for web work – and to also save web workers from the hell that is a million open tabs. To accomplish this, Workona offers smart browser windows you set up as workspaces, allowing you a place to save your open tabs, as well as collaborate with team members, search across your tabs, and even sync your workspace to different devices.”

How-To Geek: The Best Firefox Extensions for Managing Tabs

How-To Geek: The Best Firefox Extensions for Managing Tabs. “Generally, we don’t recommend using any extensions you don’t have to—they can be a privacy nightmare. But until makers of browsers build in some better tab management solutions, we tab hoarders have to rely on extensions to keep us sane. We’ve rounded up some of the best extensions for managing tabs in Firefox. And, while there are a ton of these extensions out there (and everyone has their favorites), we’ve tried to keep our list to well-regarded extensions without reported privacy issues.”