Top alternatives for Tab Organizer
Snooze Tabby is a simple browser extension to snooze tabs for later.
Found an interesting article or website while doing something important?
Should you bookmark it and open it later?
Problem is you don't even know if it's worth having bookmarked.
And maybe you will forget all about it.
Just snooze it for later and keep being focused now.
Snooze Tabby is a very good extension. It is missing a few key features that make Tab Snooze a better option for me. While Snooze Tabby does…See more
Multrin is a cross-platform app built on top of Electron, that lets you to organize apps in tabs, by just dropping them onto Multrin. It aims to greatly improve your productivity and organization.
If you like it, please leave a star on my Github. I would really appreciate that :)
- 1 review•Free optionsLets you easily save your currently open tabs to quickly restore them later. No more reading through your browsing history to figure out what stuff was left to go through. You won't miss any important info you clicked on but could not get to.
I open too many tabs on my chrome and it gets hard to find one in particular.
Thats why I got the idea of a searching by title across all opened tabs, and quickly get into the one I need, without missing 10 times.
Once installed, you can click on the icon or use the keyboard shortcut.
This is my 1st post in PH.
Let me know what you think!
Tab Switcher is a powerful browser manager for Safari and Chrome that provides fast switching between tabs and windows.
This app will list your tabs and you can switch or bring them in front instantly. You can also filter, navigate around and apply commands with your keyboard.
- Tab Space is a Safari extension which can:1. Save or restore your browsing tabs at 1 click (like OneTab).2. Mark your saved tabs with #tags as filters.3. Provide some useful shortcuts for Safari such as "Close left tabs".Note: Safari 12.1 or later required
Inspired by Spotlight. Keyboard-focused but mouse friendly too. Open source.
📌 Lists tabs in order of recency by default, then fuzzy search by title or URL;
📌 Search recently closed tabs;
📌 Search all bookmarks.
ALT+SPACE (OS X)
It is just like Spotlight on Mac, but to find a specific tab or bookmark.
The Ctrl+Space shortcut didn't worked here, but the Ctrl+Shift+1 wo…See more