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Context menu - Move to new session Rated 5 out of 5 stars
just thought I'd share a suggestion...
It'll be great if session manager could be integrated with the "multiple tab handler" extension. More specifically, select multiple tabs, right click to open its context menu, and have an option that says "save as session". Currently, the only way to achieve is to move the tabs to a new window and manually save the session there. Or, to right click them and save all of them as bookmarks in a folder. But this way, "tree style tabs" tab hierarchy is lost. It's nice that this doesn't happen with session manager.
.... which brings me to a neater idea. The whole session saving thing should be implemented "bookmarks" style. Basically you have all the tabs saved in a tree structure. You can drag multiple tabs into the "Tabmarks" pane from the tab bar and vice versa. This helps to elminate tab clutter since your current session only consists of what you're working on. Currently, it is common to have many tabs on many topics with no way of quickly eliminating the clutter except through bookmarking.
Essentially, like files in folders, there should be more versatile ways to manipulate them in batches.
btw, i posted the same suggestion in session manager's forums.