Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox



Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

You’ve been doing some web surfing researching things, and you need to shut down your computer. But you’ve don’t want to lose where you were on your tabs. You could bookmark each tab individually, but that takes too long. Luckily, There is an easy solution to bookmark all open tabs at once in each of the major desktop browsers. With “Bookmark all tabs” option you can re-open them later.

Both Chrome and Firefox support this feature. To use it, here’s what you need to do:

1- To save all the tabs you currently have open, right-click on the tab bar and select “Bookmark all tabs” from the popup menu.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

2-Then, enter a Name for the folder and click Save.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

3- Your folder of bookmarks displays on the Bookmarks . When you’re ready to launch the tabs, right-click the folder and select “Open all bookmarks.”

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

Thats all..

For Firefox:

1- To bookmark all open tabs in Firefox, right-click on any tab and choose Select All Tabs.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

2- Then, right-click on any tab again and choose Bookmark Tabs.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

3- Select a folder name for the selection and a location for the folder to add the bookmarks to the Firefox browser.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

4 – Open bookmars menu, right-click on the on the location for the folder and select Open All in Tabs.

Save Multiple Tabs To Read Later in Chrome And Firefox

That’s all…

Notes: If you’re done with a tab session, you can remove it from the bookmarks bar. Simply right-click on the folder containing the bookmarks for the sites/tabs you want to remove and select “Delete” from the popup menu.

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