- by hallou89, 5 months agoRated 5 out of 5It's very close to becoming my favorite tabs manager, but there is room for improvement.
- Quickly find open tabs using keyboard shortcut, will bring up search box and let you browse through a list that matches pattern, in addition you can close by simply pressing the DEL key on the selected tab.
- The quick search will find tabs for ALL open windows, not just for the current window.
- Tab preview is large and looks awesome, same size as microsoft Edge preview.
- Doesn't resize your browsing context/perspective each time you open the list, unlike TST.
- doesn't show many context menu operation for selected tab on list, again unlike TST which shows the full set of context menu operation.
- doesn't 'always' allow arrow keys to be used to browse the list up and down, i have to hit backspace in empty search box then press enter to search, this will move focus from search box to tab list allowing me to browse, but doesn't always work.
- by Blinkertoon, 9 months agoRated 3 out of 5Nice and simple with some interesting features, only.. not confident enough to use it when there's no info re saving/restoring sessions - and nowhere I can find to ask questions about this??
- by Yuri Faria, a year agoRated 5 out of 5I will stop to use it as I realized Simple Tab Groups satisfy better my needs, but Tabby is a very useful and fast extension. The only problem I see is that it's not clear to me how to use the "save websites for later" functionality.
- by Noone, a year agoRated 2 out of 5From my experience it isn't very good. All I have seen it do is basically save a window session without much indication to be restored for later. I wouId suggest Onetab, Tabmerger or simple tab groups instead.