- Rated 3 out of 5by ximi, 3 months agoPotentially a great extension, but I have the same problem with high cpu activity that others have reported. I don't know if this is a coincidence, but I only have this problem on Windows 10; on my Linux laptop I have no such issue...
Developer responseposted 3 months agoSorry to hear you're having trouble with high CPU usage. There's one known issue which has a fix that will come out in the next release. More details here: https://github.com/josh-berry/tab-stash/issues/240#issuecomment-1072004399
If the workaround described there doesn't help, please feel free to open a new issue on GitHub and I'd be happy to take a look.
- Rated 3 out of 5by buffy, 9 months agoThis addon does not have confirm dialog before stashing all your tabs, and doesn't restore the tab forward/backward history after unstashing, you have been warned.
- Rated 3 out of 5by 96jaco96, 9 months agoThe extension is great if you're just starting out and have nothing to import from one tab OR you have few tabs to import. But if you like me have 5000+ tabs from one tab the importing process not only is a pain because it has to open each tabs sequentially, but it doesn't even work.
It just stop importing while still opening and closing tabs while stashing nothing.
The extension is great, and the best part is that it syncs across devices BUT again: it's nice only if you're new and have nothing to import
Developer responseposted 9 months agoHi, sorry to hear you were having trouble with importing. If you can collect some error logs and send in a bug report, I'd be happy to take a look. I've heard occasional reports of something similar happening to others, but so far haven't been able to track it down myself, so any additional info I can get would be really helpful.
Here's how to collect error logs:
And here's where to file a bug report:
Thanks, and I'm glad to hear you've been enjoying Tab Stash so far despite the trouble with imports.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15246577, a year agoI can't see how to update the group; if I have several tabs, I save them to a group, then I load tabs from this group and let's say delete a few tabs, the deleted ones are still in this group, creating a new group every time I close the window would be time consuming when I have over a thousand cards process lasted a dozen minutes, I can also manually remove a given tab from the group each time I close it, but that would also be inconvenient, is there any solution?
EDIT: today i lost my session, i tried to restore a saved copy with this addon and it failed, firefox crashes because this addon refreshes every tab it restores and the program can't do it with many tabs, even with 100 tabs its too long
Developer responseposted a year agoHi, thanks for your comments and sorry to hear you're having trouble!
Regarding the deletion behavior: In general, Tab Stash is built with the expectation that any changes made to your groups should be explicitly done by you, not automatically. This helps to keep everything organized--my observation with other browsers and extensions has been that if groups are kept up to date automatically, it's really easy for tabs to get lost or irrelevant things to creep in. For example, if someone interrupts you to ask a question, and you open a new tab or re-purpose an existing tab to handle the interruption, that tab will show up in a group where it doesn't belong. Or worse, you will have lost something in your stash, just because you navigated away from the page you wanted to save.
There are also some technical limitations--Tab Stash stores everything as bookmarks, which are slow to update. If we were to keep your stashes in sync with every single change to your tabs, your browser would slow down considerably to handle all the bookmark updates.
So if what you are looking for is something closer to the "tab groups" features found in other browsers, I'm afraid Tab Stash won't be a good fit for you.
Finally, regarding restoring tabs: In order to re-open a tab which has been closed, Firefox itself must refresh/reload that tab from cache. This is entirely outside Tab Stash's control and is a necessary part of restoring the tab. You can avoid some (but not all) of this by telling Tab Stash never to unload hidden tabs (so the tab is still ready to go), but that comes at the expense of higher memory usage, and Firefox may still decide to unload the tab if memory usage gets too high.
That said, your point is well-taken that restoring a large number of tabs might slow down your browser, and we should probably show a warning to this effect. I'll keep this in mind for a future release!
- Rated 3 out of 5by Cosmic_Annihilation, 2 years agoGreat idea but as other reviews have mentioned, there are a few annoying UI issues. I'd love to use this addon, the sidebar is way better than using OneTab. But as I was testing the addon, by importing 65 tabs from OneTab export file, it couldn't do it. The UI issues also made me loose a few tabs. I hope development continues and the addon improves. I'll keep it disabled but installed to keep an eye on future releases.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoHi, thanks for your review, and I'm sorry to hear you had trouble with importing. You can check the support page for the most common problems here: https://josh-berry.github.io/tab-stash/support.html
Note that Tab Stash 2.7 (just released) fixes a conflict between import and Multi-Account Containers, so if you are using that extension, please try again--your problem may already be resolved.
If upgrading to 2.7 and/or the support page steps don't help, I'd love to understand what happened and see if I can resolve the problem. Please feel free to open an issue on GitHub (linked from the support page) so we can discuss further.
Finally, regarding losing tabs, undo delete/remembering deleted items is one of the most-requested features, and has been in the works for quite some time. Fortunately, I'm happy to report that it's now available in Tab Stash 2.7.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 14075751, 2 years agoGreat idea, but UI really should do some rework. I managed to accidentally lose big chunk of tabs in the first minutes of using this extension, and there is no undo. It's so easy to stash/remove from stash - even groups of hundreds of tabs - and as you click, position of buttons change, opening to accidental click to delete whole group.
I would love an extension like this, but which took tabs more seriously, and made it harder to lose data. Also, I really missed option to export and import all stashed tabs.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoHi, thanks for your review. Undo delete/remembering deleted items is one of the most-requested features, and has been in the works for quite some time. Fortunately, I'm happy to report that it's now available in Tab Stash 2.7.
Import and export has been available since Tab Stash 2.6--you can find it in the menu next to the search bar in the Tab Stash UI. A variety of formats are supported, including Markdown and OneTab.