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Wrapper : Better than Bookmarks

Wrap your browser tabs! Group them, save them and share them

Wrapper browser extension that lets you control your tabs. Group your tabs into wrappers. View/open them anytime you want from anywhere. Share wrappers with friends and colleagues. Available on Chrome & Firefox.

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Bookmarks are for books, not browsers. Organize your browser tabs into Toby so you can access key resources in one click instead of seven. Toby is browser extension that helps organize your tabs.

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Jamie McIntyre
Jamie McIntyre- Founder, Rewire Capital
They have continued to pump out new features that make this my goto browser extension.
Panshul Gupta
Panshul Gupta- Software Engineer in Munich, Germany.
Awesome tool, just what I was looking for.... solves a few of my problems: - for every meeting, I can open all the required tabs at once. - it syncs all my tab collections over all my devices Not very handy for storing bookmarks, maybe I am just too used to Chrome bookmark manager, but will give it a try.
Aurnik
Aurnik- Chief Fashion Officer
I've only been using Toby on desktop but the way it allows you to organize your bookmarks and tabs is very innovative. Still some bugs but you should try it out!
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If you constantly have dozens of tabs open in Chrome, here's a solution for you. Try Toby, a Chrome extension that lets you drag and drop your tabs and organize them into neat visual lists. Toby's interface is remarkably clean, simple, and easy to use.
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Automatically closes inactive browser tabs

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Fred Goodwin
Fred Goodwin
Prefer it to the other Tab Managers. Automatically saves (then closes) the tabs past your xth tab after a set time. Lots of options around which domains to ignore etc.
Nick Nelson
Nick Nelson- CBNO
Love TabWrangler. It's closed more than 1810 tabs for me. (42% of the one's I've had open it says) - I tell it which tabs I don't want it to close and it reduces the rest of them to the point that I forget they were ever even there.
kurt braget
kurt braget- developer, entrepreneur
I have been using Tab Wrangler for a few years and I strongly suggest it. Just make sure you add stuff you don't want closing automatically, that can be annoying when it happens, can also hurt your productivity.
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