I think it was in 2017 that I first started using Onetab for my ever growing clutter of browser tabs. It was a very simple solution that enabled me to save and close multiple tabs. It also created a visible history of my internet browsing. I was able to dig into the past to find a site that I thought I had lost.
Things were good until one day my browser crashed and Onetab opened with none of my tabs saved. Everything was gone.
I continued using it after this bug, although I tried to remember to periodically export my bookmarks to keep them safe. Even so, the same thing happened a couple more times and I gave up on using OneTab forever. …
Our last version now added the ability to see all open windows and tabs in the dashboard.
I’m hoping this will remove the inconvenience of working with multiple windows. Now you can bring the hidden windows to the front by double clicking on the window name(by default they are named Unsaved Window but you can change that). If you click on a tab here it instantly takes you to that specific page, so no more looking for that one tab among many.
If you drag & drop or close any tabs on the dashboard that change is also immediately reflected on the actual windows. …