extension ExtPose


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Quickly copy tabs to the clipboard

Image from store TabCopy
Description from store Add an icon to the Chrome toolbar to quickly copy tabs to the clipboard in a variety of formats. ● Choose to copy only the selected tab, all tabs in the current window, or all tabs in all windows. ● Use built-in formats including URL, Compact, Expanded, Link, Markdown, BB code, CSV, JSON, HTML, and HTML table. ● Define custom formats with a wide selection of template variables.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-01-24) Вася Васечкин: Клиент-ориентированное расширение -- что встречается нечасто: мне бывает нужно скопировать и ссылку текущей вкладки, и всех вкладок в окне, и всех во всех окнах -- и это есть! Плюс возможность легко выбрать любой из трёх форматах -- не использую, но оценил как удобный вариант.
  • (2020-01-17) Alex Dresko: I wish this extension was available on the new Chromium-based Edge browser that just came out.
  • (2020-01-14) Naved Islam: Does exactly what it says, smoothly and easily :)
  • (2020-01-02) Nasrin Momin: Awesome, does exactly what you'd want it to do with no extra fluff. Love the quick customization features.
  • (2019-12-29) Zhijian Pan: very good and very useful !
  • (2019-12-14) David Corking: Was disappointing so I uninstalled it. (1) How to contact the author / community for help? tabcopy.com redirects right back to this web store page (2) I can't seem to navigate the menu with the keyboard. Seems to be mouse only, even though I have "Full Keyboard Access" turned on and I can navigate the rest of Chrome with the keyboard.
  • (2019-12-12) Donny Lin: The most perfect extension which I have used!
  • (2019-11-30) Daishi !: Amazing Extension.
  • (2019-11-20) Glenn: The one major flaw in this extension is its glaring omission. It neglects to mention how and where to retrieve the copied tabs. It also makes the false claim that it offers a choice of formats. It doesn't. This extension is yet another in the range of fake extensions that Chrome doesn't seem to vet.
  • (2019-11-20) Tim Osborn: Saves me heaps of time - would love more granular shortcuts, but as is - super useful - tx a bunch! 👍
  • (2019-11-19) Bernard Tremblay: A verywell done tool. Very good functionalities and efficient. Could be a little enhanced to reach greatly more elaborated function (read further the implementation that I have done) : 1- save custom named format(s) into personal list 2- a combo list for custom formats I explain : I had (and go on to have) to produce reference lists of documentation (viewed as tabs of chrome browser) able to be easily inserted at the end of a word document and too into an html document. With native formats there is a lot of job to do for getting a list of active links and well formated titles (I have several hundredth elements into the lists to produce). The solution have been : - develop a "custom" format for tabcopy which writes a custom html list - include this list into an "htm" microsoft document format with an html editor. - either : - mark and copy the list into word from the htm document (used to copy paste from-to Word docx format) - insert the list into any document as I have done into a Wordpress document. Then you can imagine that to keep various custom format can be very useful. Then choose the custom format to use with a combobox avoid to have to change parameters when you want to use a different customized format.
  • (2019-11-12) 周育丞: 超级实用,配合印象笔记做笔记用很方便!
  • (2019-10-30) 质子: 太好用了, 建议 markdown 格式的链接前后加入空格, 微信 windows 版会有问题
  • (2019-10-22) Steven Brown: I used TabLinks (from Brett Terpstra) on Mac for many years, but as it lost the ability to function in Safari, the replacement search was on. This ext has customizable output format, assignable shortcuts, options to copy 1) current tab, 2) current window of tabs, or 3) all tabs of all windows. Anyone who might not see the absolute value of tools like this (and this one, as my fav), consider: 1. When researching a topic on the web: Before you're done, do you generate 5-25 windows containing 5-35 tabs each? 2. Do you sometimes need to save groups of tabs, and only have "save to your in-browser bookmark collection" as an option? 3. Has the process of adding, sorting, maintaining, purging, and finding bookmarks in the in-browser bookmark manager became a nightmare trip back to a 1995 GUI, with literally thousands of bookmarks? I did, and mine had. Now, consider this scenario: I have 4 windows of ~20 tabs of research covering 2 main topics, with some very good stackoverflow discussions that I would like to come back to skim later. 1. In each of 2 project folders in the Mac Finder, I create a Markdown textfile note (Keyboard Maestro macro). Time cost: 10s 2. Go to Chrome, window #1: click the TabCopy icon to copy all tabs in the window. Go to "Markdown doc A", paste the list of 20 tabs as an unordered list. If I want to type a 3 or 4 word H4 heading for later context, I will. Repeat for window #2. Time cost: 10s x2. 3. When I return to Chrome, Command-Shift-W to close all tabs in window, x2. Time cost: 5s 4. Repeat steps 2 & 3 for Chrome window #3 and #4 (20 tabs each) to "Markdown doc B." Result: For a time cost of 30-60 seconds, instead of having: - An ever-accreting giant wad of thousands of bookmarks in a laggy and intractable "Bookmarks collection" (especially in Chrome - that non-native browser window bmark nav is < snappy), - A "bookmarks folder" saved in a huge hierarchy that has to mirror your other project documents in a aged proprietary interface. I instead have: - batches of links in a very clean markdown list, click-able from my markdown editor if I want. As I work through my notes in markdown, I can rearrange, delete, or open any links. - A bookmarks collection that grows much less quickly than before, thanks to this new offload capability. Sometimes I might save folders of bookmarks to the finder as weblocs, but I try to avoid adding the cruft of 40 new files to my filesystem when I just need the _links_. And for me, the time cost of less than a minute is well worth it. TL;DR <file not found>
  • (2019-09-28) James Philip Oliver: Loved it
  • (2019-09-17) n: HTML format lets to import them on Chromium and Firefox, great quality -- the only thing is that it would be good to have the Include Pinned switch on the popup interface .
  • (2019-09-13) Danny Law: 太讚了。
  • (2019-08-27) ANIL YENİŞEHİRLİ: Works great, thank you.
  • (2019-08-21) David: I've long used an equivalent of this on Firefox, and came looking for something in the Chrome web store. I found this, and so glad I did! Works beautifully, and has extra useful features that my FF version doesn't have. Kudos to the dev!
  • (2019-08-20) Ред Фокс: Excellent extension. Customising of URL format really great for copying URLs to databases with markdown support. Five stars!
  • (2019-08-14) Allan Laal: Bug: Copy Link only copies tab titles Feature Request: Open Pasted urls
  • (2019-08-02) Alessandro Saeli: Full customizable tabs title and URL exporting!
  • (2019-07-24) Nicolas Balcazar: does its job. Worth getting yourself familiarized with the settings to get the optimal copy format results. thanks
  • (2019-07-19) Raphael Cardoso Pereira: Essential tool. I use it every day.
  • (2019-07-12) Max Rempel: Pretty nice, but it would be also great to have an option to copy to the clipboard an image plus a link to be able to paste an image with the source page link to email, word or google docs.

Latest issues

  • (2017-05-16, v:3.5) Steven Dino Windfeld: Number of formats
    Could you please allow us to have 4 formats enabled at once, instead of only 3?
  • (2017-05-14, v:3.5) Steven Dino Windfeld: Add option to encode links
    Could you add an option for TabCopy to automatically encode URLs? As in, ( = %28 , and ) = %29 for instance
  • (2017-05-07, v:3.5) Steven Dino Windfeld: MarkDown Reference Links
    Hi Could you perchance add MarkDown Reference Links (Links using IDs), to the list of default formats? Here is the "Tab" rule for TabCopy.: [[title]][][n][[title]]: [url]
  • (2016-12-30, v:3.5) Matt Burnham: Sync please
    Previous Suggestion: As the title says, would be cool to have formats sync between chrome installs I came here to suggest that syncing be implemented, but first I Ctrl+F'd to make sure that someone else hadn't already suggested it. Apparently, the suggestion had indeed already been made, but not by someone *else*. I now repost this issue as a problem, as that is what it has become. Please help us Tabcopy-Wan Kenobi. You're our only hope.
  • (2016-11-30, v:3.5) Mickey Pearson: Bulleted list?
    It's minor, but is there a way for the copied data to be formatted in a bulleted list? I don't know the technical word processing/programming terms for such a function.
  • (2016-08-27, v:3.5) Richard Yang: Proper Escaping for CSV
    This is more or less both a problem and suggestion. I think it would be highly beneficial to implement some sort of escape sequence ability when using CSV format or, even better, Custom format. Some titles I've found contain both double quotes and commas in weird ways like: This is an "Example" This is an "Example," man This, man, is an "Example" This is an "Example," "man?" And so on.... This might be difficult to implement, but it seems to be absolutely necessary when dealing with CSV type files/formats. Excel and Apache Commons Lang both can perform these escapes in some fashion so I'm guessing it is doable. The reason this might be more of a suggestion than a problem is because I haven't really tested if this is an issue YET for the CSV format, but I am for sure certain that I will run into this in the near future, since I'm using custom format anyway, and I'm assuming that the custom format works exactly as it is presented (without any escape abilities or knowledge of my usage of CSV).
  • (2016-08-27, v:3.5) Richard Yang: Forgot to add this one suggestion:
    Add the token allowing for the host to be added WITHOUT the "www." and ".com" portions. For example, if [host] equals "www.example.com" (without the double quotes), you could make a [hostreduced] that equals only "example"
  • (2016-08-27, v:3.5) Richard Yang: Some Suggestions (I'm hopeful that these will be added)
    Create an unix/epoch time+date token. (This may or may not be possible:) Create the ability to use basic arithmetic operations (like addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc.). Can be integers only if decimals can't be handled. Allow for more than 3 (I'm thinking at least twice that maybe) custom settings to be set in Fancy Mode That's all for now. Great extension btw! Hope it gets updated/upgraded in the future.
  • (2016-08-26, v:3.5) Matt Burnham: Chrome sync for format settings
    As the title says, would be cool to have formats sync between chrome installs
  • (2016-07-19, v:3.5) Steven Dino Windfeld: Url Shortener
    It could really use an automatic URL shortener. For example.: - goo.gl - bit.ly - buff.ly


4.7803 (305 votes)
Last update / version
2016-05-11 / 3.5
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