Save and restore your tabs and windows, and navigate tabs in a vertical view.
⇒ Massive improvement coming soon! --- https://devwrench.wordpress.com/2020/12/12/request-for-testers-tabfern-tab-at-a-time-support/ ⇐
TabFern organizes your browsing life. It shows all your open windows and tabs in one place, for immediate access. With one click, you can close a window, and then bring it back any time with one more click. With two clicks, you can backup all those URLs to a text file, or restore a backup. No need to login to copy browsing sessions between computers! With TabFern, switching between projects is a breeze, and you can leave a task behind without worrying about losing the pages. TabFern is perfect for researchers, the perpetually curious, and anyone who winds up with way too many tabs open at once!
TabFern is under active development, so please do not hesitate to report bugs or provide feedback via GitHub. TabFern is offered AS-IS, and with NO WARRANTY — see the license on the Web site for full details. However, the primary author uses TabFern almost 365 days a year, so bug reports should receive a quick response :) . If you would like to contribute to TabFern's development, feel free — we welcome pull requests and would be happy to help you get started.
Permissions: The "Read your browsing history" permission permits TabFern to access the URLs and titles of pages you visit, so that it can help you manage your tabs. TabFern stores that data only on your computer, and does not send it anywhere.
TabFern is inspired by the Tabs Outliner extension by Vladyslav Volovyk. However, TabFern is a completely separate extension, and is not affiliated with Tabs Outliner or with Vladyslav in any way.