Find that tab you're looking for with just a few keystrokes, reduce tab clutter and be more productive
Everyone loves tabs. We love them so much that we keep on opening new ones until we completely lose track of where the tab that we need right now is hiding. "Find That Tab" helps you finding the tab you need in just a heartbeat. Just activate the extension (using a key-command or by clicking the "Find That Tab"-Icon and just type some things you remember about the tab you're looking for. E.g.: You are looking for facebook among your open tabs, simply activate the extension, type "face" and hit enter and you're there. Get back on track with all those tabs and stay productive! Find what you're looking for right away. Keyboard Shortcut: You can search your tabs by just clicking the "Find That Tab" - Icon but if you really want to become more productive, it is strongly recommended to assign a keyboard shortcut to activate the extension. To do so, go to chrome://extensions and hit "Keyboard Shortcuts" at the bottom. Then, define a shortcut (e.g. CTRL+Shift+P) for EITHER "Activate the extension" or "Find That Tab Popup". The former is slower but better integrated, the latter is way faster and is recommended for power users. This Extension is inspired by Sublime Text's awesome "Open Anything" feature (http://sublime-text-unofficial-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/file_management/file_management.html#goto-anything), which allows you to easily find files no matter in which folder they reside. "Find That Tab" provides this feature to reduce tab clutter. A word on Data Privacy: This extension doesn't store any of your browsing data - you can check the source code here: https://github.com/burnedikt/chrome-open-anytab. Issues / Bugs: If you should find any issues or bugs, please post them to https://github.com/burnedikt/chrome-open-anytab/issues
- (2017-04-16) Robert Jabaay: Fantastic, I'm a multiscreen multi tab guy. So needed this. But it has the desire to keep showing up. It would be nice if it would go away after it's used, instead of me having to keep clicking the icon to make it go away, and it takes a few times. Also it seems that accessing that tab it found makes it pop open again?
- (2017-01-13) K Prayogo: great, just need a shortcut key, for example Ctrl+Q or something