You can jump between tabs based on your viewing history! Swith tabs like browsing history.
Note: Still beta version, under improvement Do you want to go back to the tab which you viewed just before? This is the simple extension for you!! For example, when you open many tabs to compare similar products in Amazon? This extension remembers your history of VIEWING tabs in a window and you can jump back and forward the tabs by pushing the shortcut, like the history of browsing. Default shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + P : Go back to the previous tabs in your history of viewing tabs Ctrl + Shift + N : Go forward to the next tabs in your history of viewing tabs (For Mac user, use Cmd instead of Ctrl) If this shortcut is not working for you, you can change them from chrome://extentions menu anytime. Feedback and review is really welcome. Wish features list : - Remember the histories in each window or among window (still considering) - Show a list of tabs in the history so that you can recognize the tab you really want to go back
- (2015-07-25) Thenosirrah Dot: So far so good. The thing I really like is that you are considering keeping the history for a window. One of my favourite extensions is Tab History which I still have in Snow Leopard. It is no longer in Web Store and I can't use it in Yosemite. So easy to go back in the chain. Means I don't have to keep creating new tabs if I think I will want to return. Include it and this is a must have for me.