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Discussion on: Google Chrome’s new update finally allows you to organize and group tabs!

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JZ JavaScript Corner

Firefox, imo, had the best tab management of all, but they moved it to a plugin when only a tiny percentage of people used it. I don't remember if that plugin is still supported anymore, but the groups were completely hidden away in a different pane and you could use that pane to move tabs between groups. The pinned tabs were shared between all groups, which I loved. And none of the tabs in inactive groups were loaded when the browser started, so that freed up resources. I think you could also hibernate groups later too.

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Luke

Panorama was cool! It did have some issues and it was slow, but the concept was great. I think there's similar "session managers" but I don't think they're as good since they're not built-in.