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For those of us who often glance at our browsers to find that we have far too many tabs and windows open, Tabli is a free Google Chrome extension (created by Antony Courtney) that might help. Tabli allows Chrome users to instantly view all the tabs they have open in a single list, organized by window. In addition, users can conduct a keyword search in Tabli in order to find the particular website that they are looking for. Users may also save windows, offering an alternative to bookmark folders that may appeal to folks working on certain projects, such as building a website or taking an online tutorial. Users can browse or search their tabs by simple selecting the Google extension on their browser. Alternatively, users can also use keyboard shortcuts, as outlined on the extension's website.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-07-13
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0713

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