The time has come to stop letting the tabs run wild. Put them in the corral and take your life back from too many tabs
There is a gray area for tabs that lives between closing forever and bookmarking forever. That is where the tab corral comes in handy. Store some or all of your currently open tabs in the corral then feel confident in closing them and freeing up system resources knowing that they will be there to open back up when you are ready for them.
- (2020-08-11, v:0.1.0) Clayton Cole: Two suggestions for Tab Corral
Hi, Two suggestions for Tab Corral: 1. I have Tab Corral corral my tabs after two days. In the setting, the corral time is set only with minutes and seconds, which means I enter 2880 minutes. How about adding either hours and/or days to the "close active tabs after" field. 2. Occasionally I go in and clean up my tabs and corral, which means I review and delete. Sometimes I wish to push an open tab down into the tab corral. How about, on the Tab Corral window, a button that says something like "Corral current tab", which causes the select open tab to drop down into the tab corral. Thanks. C. Cole