Bookmark All Open Tabs in Google Chrome
By on October 17th, 2009

There are chances that you might have to close to perform some maintenance or restart the system. If you have several tabs opened, it becomes a bit hard to save all the URLs and then reopen all of them again, when you restart your OS or the PC.

Bookmark all open tabs, is a , which will allow you to bookmark all the open tabs in Chrome at once.

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Once you have installed the extension, right-click on any open tab, and click on the Bookmark all tabsoption from the menu. In the edit bookmark window, provide a name for the folder you want to save all the bookmarks in and click on Ok.

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When you restart the browser and OS, you can easily open all the earlier open tabs, by right-clicking on the Bookmark folder you created, and select Open all bookmarksfrom the menu to open all the previously open tabs.

You can also bookmark all the open tabs using a combination, Ctrl + Shift + D. However, you will have to manually delete the temporary bookmarks after you have restarted the browser.

Techie Buzz Verdict

Bookmark all open tabs is a handy Chrome extension which will come in handy several times. I personally use this several times to bookmark open tabs while performing maintenance and chrome upgrades.

If you are looking for a manual way to do this, you can read our earlier tutorial about restoring browser crashes and accidental browser closures in Google Chrome.

Techie Buzz Rating: 3.5/5 (Very Good)

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  • http://fabworker.com Keshav

    This feature is now built right into Chrome, provided you are using the latest dev release.

    Right click on any tab in the window and choose "Bookmark all tabs..a bookmark popup dialog will appear asking you where to save your bookmark.

    • http://www.exclusivepennystock.com/ Anatoli

      Thanks for the BEST SOLUTION!!!

 
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