Use "Tab Bundler" To Create User Defined Tabs Groups In Chrome

Now a days we spent a considerable amount of time browsing the web or doing our work online. And it is a fact that within a few minutes of browsing we end up with a lot of open tabs in our browser. And more often or not we use to open up many different tabs for doing the same thing, such as watching YouTube Videos, researching a topic, doing our project works or browsing any other websites. After some time this becomes not only irritating, but sifting through all these tabs becomes a pain. If you are also struggling with too many opened Tabs in your browser then this article is for you.

 

Use "Tab Bundler" To Create User Defined Tabs Groups In Chrome

 

Well, If you are a computer user like me and at the same time a user of Chrome Browser who have multiple tabs open and would like to organize these tabs, then Tab Bundler is an extension for you. Tab Bundler is an Google Chrome extension that allows the user to save tabs in user-defined groups. You can conveniently create a group for tabs that are music related, another group for research on a personal project and open each tab in the group simultaneously at the click of a button.

 

Use "Tab Bundler" To Create User Defined Tabs Groups In Chrome

 

Using the extension is very simple and easy. First go to Chrome web store and from there Install Tab Bundler extension in your chrome browser. After the installation is complete, you will notice the "Tab Bundler" icon on your chrome toolbar. Just click on that icon to access "Tab Bundler". To create a bundle , enter a name into the text input area and click on "New" or hit "Enter". The tabs that will be saved in your bundle are the ones that are open in the active window. In order to add a single tab to a bundle, click on the "+" icon, or click on the pencil icon beside the bundle name, and enter the url into the second text-area. Click on "Add", and then "Apply".

 

To edit a bundle click on the pencil icon beside the bundle. A form will appear below. Replace its name by typing into the first text-area of the form. If you want to remove certain URLs in the bundle, simply click on these URLs, and click "Delete". Click on "Apply" to save any changes. It is also possible to manually enter URLs into the bundle by typing the URL into the second text-area. Click on "Add" to confirm your decision, and click on "Apply" to save your changes. Please note that if you wish to enter a URL this way, the URL will show up as the domain name, as opposed to the title of the tab. You can delete an entire bundle by clicking on the "x" icon beside the bundle name.

 

If you want to load a bundle you created, double-click on the bundle name in the Tab Bundler popup. To use the Google onmnibar, type "tb" in the address bar, hit "tab", type the name of the bundle you wish to use, then hit "Enter".

 

Use "Tab Bundler" To Create User Defined Tabs Groups In Chrome

 

The arrow below toggles a drop-down menu that lets you choose options that you like. It can let you choose whether you are prompted before your bundle is deleted. It will also let you choose to replace the bundle if you click on "New" with a previously existing bundle name in the text input area.

 

Please note that clearing cookies will remove bundles saved by Tab Bundler. Also note that no HTML or JavaScript should be used as the input as unpredictable events may occur.

 

Overall, "Tab Bundler" is a very useful extension and it is very easy to use. If you are a user of chrome who finds that you have multiple tabs open and would like to be able to organize these tabs, then Tab Bundler is an extension for you.