Tabs Cache and Management
Disclaimer: Even though this extension asks for permission on reading browsing history, it actually does not read your browsing history. It only stores (on your local computer) the urls that you want to select and store. It is not trying to spy your history. This extension is intended to help people organize their tabs. I often have a large amount of tabs opened for reference for a specific task. Some of those important references will be bookmarked. However, often times most references are only useful for the duration of the task, and not important enough to clutter up your bookmarks. This extension is to store those reference tabs for the duration that you needed, allowing people to close and reopen those tabs at ease without worrying that those references will be lost. How to use: 1) Use (Shift+click) or (Command+click) to select a few tabs that you want to store as a group. 2) Click on the extension icon on the top right of the browser. 3) A dropdown menu will show up (as shown in the picture). 4) On the very top, the currently selected tab is shown. Now give these selected tabs a group-name (its "newname" in the pic) and press the S button to save these tabs (in the browser) for later use. 5) Below the currently selected section, the previously saved groups of tabs are displayed (shown here are "CoQA" and "Extension"). Click the button with the group name to open all the tabs under that group. Click each individual link to open that individual link in a new tab. Click the D button to remove the WHOLE GROUP (removing individual tabs will be implemented soon).