The missing tab manager for Chrome
Mark is a minimalist tab manager that organizes tabs as you browse. With Mark, tabs are automatically grouped by domain and sorted alphabetically so you can easily find them later.
Mark uses the native tab groups feature of Chrome, meaning there’s no learning curve to get started. Simply install Mark and any open and newly created tabs will be grouped and sorted.
Mark can be configured to only group tabs or only sort tabs depending on how you like to browse. Additionally, you can enable Mark to consolidate tabs across windows - meaning you won’t lose a tab because it’s hiding in its own window.
Our goal is to extend Mark to help manage bookmarks, browsing history, and more in the future. We’re always interested in learning how people navigate the internet, so drop us a line with any feedback or suggestions on how to make Mark better!
And just a heads up - Mark uses features only available in Chrome 89, so make sure you’re up to date before installing.