Too Tabs Manager is a tab manager extension for chrome. it's a free extension , it has 449 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.39 from 18 rated user, last update is 3837 days ago.
Are you used to browse internet using dozens of tabs at the same time? Are there some tabs that you don't need at this moment but you need to keep them for later? Can't you see the icons of your tabs because your window is too crowded of tabs? Here is the solution! Shelve your unused tabs for another moment and focus only in the ones you are using is easy with Too Tabs Manager. Create folders to shelve your tabs. Dump all your current tabs in (or choose some of them) and start browsing again in an empty environment. Restoring your whole folder of shelved tabs is as easier as 1-click. A simple click allows you to recover all your previous tabs again (or choose some of them). Try it, it's free.
You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.
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GOOD WORK BUT... COULD BE BETTER I have SUGGESTIONS to improve it, PLEASE LISTEN!! A) SAVED BAR WINDOWS/COLLECTIONS: 1. Is needed a summary window to jump from one to another in non-linear way; 2. the window must be expandable!! 3. when surfing from window 1>2>3>... (where the tabs are collected) the 'next' arrow should NOT slide/ run up and down!! which is a mess :D! 4. When a tab is deleted the sight shouldn't move (generally tabs view slide to the top!!) I'll go back in a while. Thank you!
Use for 3+ years. Thanks
Would be good if it remembered tab groups regardless of whether you've 'shelved' them, so that you could 'shelve' and 'unshelve' entire groups. As it is, it's mediocre.