extension ExtPose

New Tabs At End (delisted)

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Forces new tabs to open at the end of the tab strip.

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Description from store New Tabs At End makes all of your new tabs open at the end of the tab strip, much like how Firefox's tabs work. When you close a tab, it selects the next tab in the strip, much like how Firefox's tabs work.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-07-30) David Mortensen: Very good. Not sure why Chrome doesn't have this as an internal option by now.
  • (2021-07-17) makoto harada: no work... miss....
  • (2021-07-07) James Young: Closing tabs with this extension enabled has gotten very frustrating. If closing the last open tab, the active tab defaults to whatever this extension thinks you should be bounced back to. Very frustrating when trying to close consecutive tabs and there is no way to configure this behavior. I switched to the 'Tab Position Options' extension and it works perfectly. Plus you can actually configure the behavior!
  • (2021-05-29) Marek J: I love this extension but it stopped working in Edge!
  • (2020-07-10) Egas Krad: Do what it does. Required browser history permission... so I guess it is for data collection.
  • (2019-12-21) De Fault: Not working at all in Chrome Version 79.0.3945.88 (Official Build) (64-bit)
  • (2019-12-19) Laurel Gonzalez: Worked great until it STOPPED working. No clue, is it a chrome update that made it quit working? I've toggled it off and on. Uninstalled and reinstalled, it's as if it just doesn't exist any more.
  • (2019-09-05) mega Zwatcher: the very best
  • (2019-03-08) oohgodyeah ¡69!: Does not work at all on Chrome 72.x for Mac nor Windows.
  • (2019-01-30) William Chen: useless
  • (2019-01-29) Or Schiro: Works really well. Cheers!
  • (2018-09-01) Ying laler: good
  • (2018-07-24) Name Famely: Отлично!, то, что надо!
  • (2018-04-02) Reinhard Meyer: Borks the order of tabs if you close a tab you just opened. Very inconvenient. But the worst is that support section of this extension is completely ignoring its users. No explanation given WHY this extension needs all access to users data. While it's perfectly clear there is no need to do so. I use "Alternate Tab Order" instead, now. No special permissions, working perfectly well.
  • (2017-12-20) Osvaldo Muñoz: me ha encantado
  • (2017-12-15) Tín Đặng Nhật: Cảm ơn nhiều
  • (2017-10-07) Marc Beland: Isn't the end the spot where new tabs are *supposed* to go? In what world is this otherwise??
  • (2016-01-14) wish it worked a little better. Actually don't know why this functionality isn't built into the browser. How do people organize tabs without this?
  • (2015-10-19) Can access your data on all websites, as well as your tabs and browsing activity.
  • (2015-03-11) James Parrish: It works as advertised, but it wasn't for me. Frankly I would like something similar to this which had the option to select new tabs to be created at the end, if the were opened from pinned tabs. Tabs opened from non-pinned tabs could open normally. But as far as I know, that's just an idea.
  • (2014-10-19) Brenda Dobson: Does just what I needed it to do. Thank you!!!
  • (2014-06-05) Derker Mor: Not sure how people use Chrome without this
  • (2013-10-02) Антон Ганин: Спасибо, долго искал! Теперь работает аналогично другим браузерам!
  • (2013-02-18) Ian Katz: I like this extension because it lets me explore the internet breadth-first -- open all interesting links in new tab, close tab, repeat. UPDATE: the app now wants to access my browsing data on all webistes. No. I'm switching to tabs2end which works better than this one did anyway.
  • (2013-02-03) Martin Wermers: Was a great little extension... until they've recently added more permissions needed for using the extension. From now on, the extension can access your data on all websites, as well as your tabs and browsing activity. What the f**k?!? This isn't necessary for functionality! I'd rather pay a few bucks for this useful extension than to give it access to my personal data and behavior!
  • (2013-01-11) Karuna Govind: I've been using this for a while now and it's been very handy. But why does the new update require to read all data on all websites?
  • (2013-01-09) Max Exter: There is absolutely no reason why this extension should require access to my data on all websites or my browsing history.
  • (2013-01-09) Kaote Bruche'Daine: Beautiful. The ONE SINGLE feature I miss from back when Firefox was great and here it is. Now I miss nothing and can move forward freely.
  • (2013-01-08) Am Nart: It works but why did you recently add "Your data on all websites" permission ? "Tabby" extension achieves the same thing without requiring that permission. Please clarify.
  • (2012-12-23) Edwin Yeoh: Does what it says on the box. It would have been nice to perform the firefox function where if you close a tab that it is launched from, it jumps back to that tab if you haven't already browsed away from it. But all in all, does what I need it to do!
  • (2012-09-05) James Wales: I really like this extension, it does what it's supposed to do, but it works too well. I like it because when I open one tab by middle click or several by right click drag (I also have Linkdump). But when I reopen recently closed tabs by ctrl+shift+t, it opens those tabs at the end instead of in the position they were in before.
  • (2012-05-30) John Dickinson: Awesome!

Latest issues

  • (2021-06-03, v: TheShadow Runner: In Chrome 91, issue with selected tab after tab closed.
    Chrome Version 91.0.4472.77 seems to have changed the behavior of which tab gets focus after you close a tab when multiple tabs are open. Could you please have a look. Thank you.
  • (2021-05-31, v: Kilo Sierra: Weird behavior after update to Chrome Version 91.0.4472.77
    Chrome Version 91.0.4472.77 seems to have changed the behavior of which tab gets focus after you close a tab when multiple tabs are open. Could you please have a look. Thank you.
  • (2021-05-29, v: Marek J: Does not work in Edge after recent update.
    As the title says. Is developer of this extension still active?
  • (2021-05-29, v: Phill Daniel: Compatibility issue with Chrome V91
    Hi Support, when i upgraded to Chrome V.91 - if i had multiple tabs open, when closing a tab it did not go to the tab next to it (on its right). Chrome displayed a random tab each time and kept on using that tab. Anyhow - i know your extn is all about opening new tabs at the end, but since disabling your extn, chrome tab behaviour returned to normal.
  • (2021-01-29, v: Jeffrey Cliff: sauce
    where is the source code?
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  • (2019-12-19, v: Laurel Gonzalez: Frustrated this extension has stopped working November 2019. Toggled it off and on, uninstalled and reinstalled. It's as if it is non-existent. I really relied on this extension and value this extension above all others .
  • (2019-11-26, v: Allyn Hill: Permission requirements are absurd
    The (absolutely huge) reason I cannot install this is because it is requesting access to view and modify all web page content. This is an entirely unreasonable requirement for a plugin that just controls tab order. I have no idea if this is just poor design on the Chrome plugin support side or not, but I definitely can't install a plugin that asks for such far-reaching permissions.
  • (2019-01-11, v: recently closed tabs
    Works perfectly except one niggling problem: it affects restoring recently closed tabs with ctrl-shift-T. Without the extension tabs are restored at their original positions, with the extension they are restored at the end. Is it possible to make this extension work only for new tabs?
  • (2018-09-13, v: Kobi Bentata: extension simply not working
    hi. i don't have much to say about that, other than the fact that this extension simply doesn't work for me. if i understand correctly, i don't have to do anything about it, like defining options or settings and it should work "out of the box", right? my currect Chrome version is 69.0.3497.92, on Win 10, 64-bit. when i'm on a certain tab, write something in the addressbar (whether it's something to search for or a url of a website), and press alt+enter, the new tab appears next to the current tab i was on, and not at the end of the tabs bar. am i missing something here? isn't that the purpose of this extension - to open this kind of a new tab at the end of the tabs bar?... thanks.
  • (2016-11-12, v: Daniel OBrien: Build tab end extension for Brave
    Trying the Brave Browser but it needs your extension.
  • (2016-03-10, v:2.0.1) Max Tsai: open closed tabs
    when you close tab from the middle of tabs strip and restore it opens at the end. Very uncomfortable.
  • (2015-01-28, v:2.0.1) Felix Ng: Reopening closed tab
    It would be great if reopening a closed tab would place it in the same position as it was before closing.
  • (2013-01-08, v:2.0.1) Greg Seaton: Access to the web data?
    Why does a tab moving extension need to have access to my web data? I won't re-enable the extension until... well, I don't know when. It's disconcerting that they want access to all of my data. Even if they take that out, what are they thinking? Maybe there's a good technical reason for this (I can't think of one off the top of my head) but from a privacy perspective, yuck.
  • (2013-01-07, v:2.0.1) Ian Katz: Why have the permissions changed?
    Please explain the necessity of this plugin having access to: * Your data on all websites * Your tabs and browsing activity
  • (2013-01-06, v:2.0.1) Qarin Van Brink: access permissions
    With the new updated (on Jan 5, 2013), Chrome has disabled this extension with a warning that it requires more permissions than before, specifically that it can "Access your data on all websites" and "Access your tabs and browser activity". The former, in particular, is a major alert and there is no way I will be reenabling the extension with that access request! This is particularly frustrating since this tab behavior really makes a difference in my browser user. Please fix this, roll back your version; a simple behavior extension does NOT get to declare its permissions to be Medium or High alert types, thanksverymuch.
  • (2013-01-05, v:2.0.1) David Evans: tracking websites we visit?
    Why doe the new updated track every single site we visit? that is a serious privacy concern.


13,464 history
4.2 (101 votes)
Last update / version
2018-06-07 /
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