Noté 4,2 sur 5
4,2 étoiles sur 5
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 15875055 de Firefox, il y a 4 moisNoté 1 sur 5Used to have this on Chrome in 2018, worked. That's why I trusted it and didn't export.
Now, in 2020 on Firefox/MacOS, didn't restore 48 tabs, but removed them from the list. Hours of work destroyed, no chance to know which 48 of ~ 1000 tabs were relevant to me.
- par MannyCalavera, il y a 4 moisNoté 5 sur 5I never write a review for an extension but this one deserves more than this few words.
I've started using this ext since my 2010 notebook started lagging so hard and I've allways been a multi-tab-user, the "share as web page" helps me to change my tabs into devices and to share colleague my current work focus. The right click OneTab in any website is really helpful as well, because you cand send a website into any different tab group and send tabs in any direction to a new group.
These guys/girls did an amazing job with OneTab, it's a simple extension that does a lot of dirty work.
What I would add to OneTab ? Maybe some kind of box to select tabs so you can select some tabs from different groups and you can share them or remove or whatever. And a search box to search from tabs when you have a lot tabs and want to find one quickly.
Excelent job, got my five stars and my first review. Keep on it !
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13696455 de Firefox, il y a 4 moisNoté 5 sur 5I just like it when I search for stuff for a long time, but my time or ram ran out and now all I have to do is to press on the button "OneTab" and wallah, all the websites are nicely stored for me, and my ram is back. Cool stuff.
- par Fyodor Brostoevsky, il y a 4 moisNoté 5 sur 5Strikes a perfect balance between ease of use, interface simplicity, and functionality. Lives up to its promises of reduced resource consumption. The plaintext import/export system is a great design choice.
Do yourself a favor and download it.