Is there a way to copy URL of all open tabs on Chrome?
Well, if you searching for an answer to this question, you will cheer up soon as I am going to explain the same in this article.
You know I am a freelance writer and yesterday I had to shut down my computer in the research phase of a write-up. Guess what? I had a few resource web pages opened. And, it is not always easy to find the right resources. So, I had to save the URLs of that pages.
You may think that I could recollect those from history. But no! In case I forgot to do so and open other multiple tabs, I need to dig a lot in the history page.
Fortunately, I found out a solution for how to copy URL of all open tabs on Chrome. You can read it down below.
How to Copy URL of All Open Tabs on Chrome?
I use Chrome as my primary browser. Don’t worry! I am going to explain a method to copy all the open tabs’ URLs on Firefox at the end of this post.
Are you ready to find out how? Here you go!
How to Copy the Web Addresses URL of All Open Tabs in Chrome?
In order to export URL of all open tabs in chrome, you have to follow the steps give below.
Step 1: Here, our swiss-army knife is a Chrome extension. So, you have to download and install the same. Just click on the link given below to do that.
Step 2: You can see a blue Add to Chrome button there. In my case, it shows Added to Chrome because I have already installed the extension.
Don’t hesitate to hit that button.
Step 3: Once the installation finishes, you can see a copy symbol on the toolbar of your browser.
Whenever you want to save URL of all open tabs, you have to click on that button. And, from the upcoming menu, you can choose one according to your convenience.
Now that you know how to save URL of all open tabs in Chrome, it’s time to have a look at the same process on Firefox.
How to Get URL of All Open Tabs on Firefox?
Just like we did in the previous section, Firefox too needs a browser plug-in to add this extra functionality to its core.
Read how to export URLs of open tabs in Firefox below.
Step 1: As I said already, you need a browser add-on here. Without the add-on, you can’t copy the URLs. Though I recommend one here, you can choose any other that has the very same use.
In order to install that extension, click on the following link.
Step 2: You will see a Continue to Download button there. Click on the same and finish the installation. There you go.
Now, you can copy the URLs of all open tabs making use of the add-on button on the toolbar section.
For Opera Users:- Download Copy URLs Add-on
For Safari Users:- Download Copy URL Extension
So, I hope you know how to copy URL of all open tabs now. I have shared the method to do the same on four different browsers. Only in the case of Safari, you have to install the add-on on your own.
If you come across any other extension with added facilities, don’t forget to share it with us using the comment form down below.
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