Save all open tabs to a bookmarks folder.
Save all tabs to any bookmarks folder anywhere at the press of a button. No annoying menus, popups or questions asking you to name things when bookmarking. Save bookmarks to an auto generated folder using values like the active page title you were on when saving, the current date, day, time etc. nested under any folder you want. Auto generate a "Recent" folder to quickly access your most frequently used bookmarks. Plus tons more features to tweak for whatever your workflow... NEW IN VERSION 2.3! • There is now an option to auto generate a "Recent" bookmarks folder of your most often used bookmarks! This is really useful for people who use massive bookmark hierarchies. This special Recent folder can be nested anywhere within your bookmarks folders and limited to storing a specific number of bookmarks. An exclude folder can also be set to exclude storing bookmarks from a certain folder (i.e. the bookmarks you're constantly using). Check it out in the Bookmark All Tabs options page by right clicking the extension icon and selecting "Options" after installing. • Pinned tabs are now excluded from being saved when bookmarking all tabs by default. There is also an option to include saving pinned tabs if you wish. MORE FEATURES • Store bookmarks into any existing folder on button press. • Save using date, day, time, current tab and more as nested sub folders. • Auto generate "Recent" bookmarks folder of most used bookmarks. • Auto exclude pinned tabs when bookmarking all tabs. • Option to bookmark the active tab only. • Option to auto close everything bookmarked after bookmarking. • Option to auto exclude duplicate bookmarks when adding. • Option to auto sort bookmarks when adding. • Delete all bookmarks in folder. • Delete all duplicate bookmarks in a folder. • Sort all bookmarks in a folder.
- (2020-03-13) Saurabh: Simple and easy to use
- (2020-03-01) Rendt Gorter: Nifty extension to bookmark the current set of open tabs, but disappointing that the folder name is so abbreviated it is nearly unusable. I dont care for the date but would like a meaningful label. Can you add that format as a naming mask, ie longer name and option to ignore date/time. Thanks,
- (2020-01-19) Tom Hatta: Click button, nothing happens.
- (2019-11-30) Curtis Livers: Sorry, I'm not seeing where one can set the existing folder name where the saves should land? Saves and additional saves just always land in the folder "All Tabs"
- (2019-11-05) el bufa: Chrome saver! thanks!
- (2020-02-12, v:2.3) Esther BL: Almost perfect! Please bookmark all windows, and please add YYYY-MM-DD folder name format
Hello, I absolutely love your extension - however there is one huge deal breaker for me and a second thing which is quite glaring to an Australian, and computer programmer! 1. Bookmark all tabs in *ALL WINDOWS*: This is the kicker for me. Your extension is the best in terms of options, but I still have to do each window separately. I'm a terrible human being and I constantly have hundreds of tabs sometimes in a dozen windows, usually for a dozen different topics - so the division between different windows is usually non-arbitrary. If you could create a sub-folder for each window within the dated folder, that would be absolutely amazing. However even if all the tabs from every window were saved into the same dated folder, that would still be great. There is one other thing that, combined with #1, would make your extension perfect as far as I'm concerned: 2. DATE FORMAT, preferably YYYY-MM-DD: Can we modify the folder name date format/can you add a new date format? All I care about is yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm so I can instantly order the folders chronologically, (I know they are saved in order, but I would like to be able to re-order them chronologically even if I have re-sorted bookmarks alphabetically or whatever in the past, using your or another extension) But I'm guessing other Aussies/UK/Europeans might like a dd-mm-yyyy option (although god knows why when you've got yyyy-mm-dd lol!). If there is already a way to do this, huge apologies and can you please let me know how to do it!!!
- (2020-01-15, v:2.3) Marpa 88: Bookmarks Saving and Sorting
Is it possible to sort the bookmarks alphabetically so all of the duplicates will show up or better yet can be deleted? Thanks. Marpa
- (2019-12-14, v:2.3) Justin Schmitt: A minor minor suggestion having to do with time
Very useful product however I think you could have the "nest new tabs under" option as five drop down menus rather than a long list that may be hard to follow. These would be title, year, month, day, and time (or title, time, day, month, and year). The title, day, and year will have a on and a not on option and the month will have a on, not on, on but fully written, and on but written abbreviated. This suggestion will be very minor, but will provide a better experience to the user by giving a nice simple look but retaining all the current available options. Its the little things that makes up something bigger thank you