The most simple way of grabbing a list of your current open tabs (their urls), across windows.
***Grab Tabs is Super Simple This is a super simple extension which dumps a list of current tabs to a text box, ready to copy out to wherever. There's no need for complexity, sometimes you just need a list of the urls you have open, across windows - essential functionality for a lot of us power users. Session managers are great, (I use the extension called Session Manager) - but they still lack just the brute functionality to get a list of tab urls straight out. This does that. No frill, simple tab url extraction :D
- (2014-03-12) Donna Brooks: I use Copy URLs Expert in Firefox and it works like a charm. I can have hundreds of tabs open and it will immediately capture them all on the clipboard and I can then paste them into any document with any app that allows hyperlinks (like Notational Velocity). This is great for times when a browser starts to get bogged down or freezes up and needs to be rebooted with fewer tabs open. But, as many folks here have said, Grab Tabs no longer works. I click on the icon in the menu bar and nothing happens. I am using Chrome Version 33.0.1750.146 on Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. I would really like to have the capability to do in Chrome what I can do in Firefox using a different extension.
- (2013-10-11) Greg Mattison: Seems like a great, simple concept but it doesn't work on Chrome 29 on Win7.
- (2013-09-25) Wm Brian Savacool: Doesn't work with v29.0.1547.66 m Click the orange arrow and nothing happens.
- (2013-08-22) Juanan Pereira: Is it just me or has it stopped working with the last Chrome stable update? I'm using Chrome version 28.0.1500.95 on Linux
- (2013-02-08) I do not want to turn this into something else, but I wish it directly supported saving the captured text to a file of your choice. I would like to use it to "checkpoint" browser sessions. I am trying to use it as a failsafe backup while learning the Tabs Outliner extension. Also, Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C sequence does not work for some reason. I have to manually select all the text and then do Ctrl-C. Ctrl-A does select all the text, but following with Ctrl-C results in nothing being put in the clipboard. I do like the simple utility of the extension.