Tab Wrangler

Automatically closes inactive browser tabs

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Reviews

Ilan Avigdor
 
  • Pros: 

    Amazing tool. I finally got rid of countless opened tabs, while still being able to reach them when I need them

    Cons: 

    When just starting using it you may sometimes forget it's working and wonder where was that tab gone

    Each time I see someone with dozens of open tabs I recommend him using this tool, and I always get good feedbacks

    Ilan Avigdor has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Jeremy Zaborowski
Jeremy Zaborowski@tattle_jz · Co-Founder/CTO @ Tattle (gettattle.com)
I'm a bit nervous to start using it, even though I know it will be good for me. I'm very attached to my 20+ tabs and I'm not sure I'm ready to let them go after just 12 hours. As @joostschuur said maybe 24 or 48 hours would be a good upper limit so I can ease in to this.
Richard Kho
Richard KhoHunter@rkho · I turn whisky into code
I was made aware of this awesome Chrome Extension a few days ago. It automatically closes inactive tabs (you set the interval), and lets you grab them right back or close them permanently. It's been really useful for my productivity (and sanity).
Brandon
Brandon@getbrandflakes · Cofounder
This was made for me.
Joost Schuur
Joost Schuur@joostschuur · Platform Evangelist, Playmob
It seems to have a 720 minute (12 hour) limit right now. I really wanted to set this to 2 days. I'm pretty sure there's a valid reason why I'd _actually_ want it to be much less than that, but it's a shame I can't start at 2 days and work my way down :(
Gabe Rios
Gabe Rios@fatfullstacks · Marketing Director - LTC
Yes, combine with Onetab and Tab Bundler and maaaaaybe I can finally have tab sanily.