Click the extension's toolbar button, then switch to another Chrome window — selected tab(s) will move to that window.
Usually you have just the current tab selected, but Chrome also has built-in functionality to select multiple tabs: — To select specific tabs in a window, click tab handles while holding down Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) key. — To select a range of tabs, click tab handles while holding down the Shift key. Source code: https://github.com/ivan7237d/move-tabs
- (2020-01-10) Alex Pasternak: This was exactly what I was looking for! Like another person pointed out, initial use was confusing, so wish there was better onboarding or feedback, but now that I got it, it's great.
- (2018-05-19) Or Schiro: Comes in very handy when you have multiple windows open to organise your work!
- (2018-04-06) Robert Katić: On moving, consider to auto-close the blank tab if it's the only tab in window (moving in new window)
- (2018-01-24) Robert from Sheetgo: Great extension to move tabs and hence structure your tasks by windows.
- (2017-10-31) Tyler Jordan: I was confused at first as I thought that clicking the icon would give me a list of open windows. But then went back here and actually read the instructions carefully. So basically once clicked I just alt tab to the window I want and the tab is moved automatically - pretty sweet.