A while ago I talked about Private Tab , a supplement for Mozilla Firefox that allowed us to open tabs incognito in a normal session of the Mozilla browser in order to enjoy the benefits of private browsing without having to open a new browser instance. Now I speak of OneTab a tab manager is placed among the best there is for Google Chrome…
A manager is an extension tabs that allows us to store and retrieve browser tabs, is that although tabbed browsing is all made up , sometimes the option to restore the home falls short. In fact, I have three or four folders of favorites (bookmarks) in which I store regular sessions: one for blogging , another with social networks, etc..
Although that is a good idea to have a tab manager can be especially useful if you usually work with several different groups of tabs, like me, or if you just want to recover the tabs we had open at one time. The power manager tabs OneTab as is the ease with which we can get rid of all those tabs that did not really use only by pressing the button on the extension.
In doing so, we save all tabs and close unanchored, showing the manager summary page tabs where we can see the pages that were in the session. This is a useful way to keep us sitting and worrying, is that if you later begin another, we can re-access the tabs manager to restore the previous session or permanently delete.The case we might want to reboot the machine and not lose the job, if any interesting tab. When we can access OneTab restart and press through the list, eliminating all interesting elements, restoring or saving the session as a web page .
The latter option raises the session to the cloud and provides a URL and a QR code, allowing us to recover the session from anywhere in the world and any browser. Ideal for own use or to share with colleagues or friends.