extension ExtPose

Session Cleric

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Description from extension meta

Collect tabs into sessions, then you can save, recreate and search them with ease

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Description from store You're deep into researching a topic with many tabs open, individually each tab you opened represents a piece of what the whole topic is about. With this extension you can save all these tabs together as a browser session. To later access it quickly. Another main focus of this extension is the reusability and searchability of those previously saved sessions. -> The ability to favorite whole sessions and not just individual URL's With one button click you can capture all tabs within a given window and place into a session capsule which will automatically be given a name and the date that you captured it. So when you go to load it again you can search by date, or part of the title, or simply just drop down select it. The extension also gives you the ability of favoriting your past sessions (not just favoriting one URL, but, favoriting a collection of URL's that are correlated). It also gives you the option of applying notes to URL captures so you can write a little something of why it was important to save the location. -> Option to apply notes to why you actually want to save a URL (ex. 12:34 of this YouTube video gives the best technique in archery) -> Advanced search features to find your previous sessions -> Search by Date, part of a session name, or favorite your most used sessions -> Streamlined, less clicking to save and load sessions. Easy to use UI -> Get your saved session data anywhere as long as you have your unique random auto created ID, no pesky account creation, no password to remember, no collection of sensitive data. Privacy policy can be found here: http://sessioncleric.com Any questions, ideas to improve, or any thoughts about the extensions please reach out to here: [email protected]

Latest reviews

  • (2021-01-28) Carla Pass: This is exactly what I was looking for! Love the minimalistic approach. This is going to save me a lot of time looking for previous research sessions.


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2021-01-26 /
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