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Chariton Stepanov
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Sort Chrome Tabs By Domain With This Free Extension



Sort Those Tabs is a free tab sorter for Chrome that lets you sort tabs in a Chrome window by title and domain. In addition to this there is even a feature in it to remove duplicate tabs. But in this post here, I will talk about its functionality to sort tabs. There are tab grouping extensions out there which let you group tabs but they leave tabs unorganized.




Sort Chrome Tabs By Domain With This Free Extension



In case you want to have sorted tabs in Chrome or any Chromium based browser, this extension here will help you. All you need to do is activate it whenever you want and then sort tabs in 2 clicks. For now, it has only two filters available but I hope they add more in the coming updates. If you are working with multiple Chrome windows then it can work there as well.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); So, open some tabs in Chrome and then activate this extension. Click on its icon to do that and it will analyze the current as well as other opened windows and will show them to you. You can see all the tabs there and the sorting options are there on the top side.


If you are looking for a free tab sorter for Chrome or a Chromium based browser then you are at the right place. Just use the extension I have mentioned here to do this in just 2 clicks. I liked the way it works because most tab sorters can only sort tabs by URL. I needed something for domain and here is the one that has this feature.


All of these extensions are free, so there's no harm in giving them a try. You can easily disable or remove them by typing chrome://extensions/ into the Chrome address bar, or right-clicking an extension's icon in the toolbar to remove it. Every extension must have a toolbar icon; hide them without uninstalling by right-clicking and selecting Hide in Chrome Menu.


Notifications are all important for mobile and desktop users these days, but they're seldom in sync. Pushbullet(Opens in a new window) changes that with this extension, which matches what you get on the Pushbullet apps and extensions. You'll see calls come in, even on your desktop, be able to forward files from PC to smartphone, and send SMS texts from your desktop (if you have an Android phone). There's also an extension for Firefox, and Pushbullet has an IFTTT channel(Opens in a new window), making it almost infinitely extensible.


There's one goal with this extension: block all third-party cookies from social media and advertisers that follow you as you browse. Disconnect(Opens in a new window) claims this helps browsing speed and even saves on battery life for mobile devices. You can see the cookies you're blocking in case you want to let some through.


LastPass is a PCMag Editors' Choice winner for free password managers (the Premium version also gets a nod). It works across all operating systems, mobile devices, and, of course, web browsers, thanks to extensions like this one. It also imports stored passwords from other tools. There's no limit to the number of passwords stored and synced, even on the free version.


Ain't no party like a Netflix Party (which used to be the name of this extension). Rather than chill, Teleparty lets you start streaming a movie or show, then create an online chat party with any remote friends also running the extension on their laptop or PC (even with Microsoft Edge). You can all watch together from different locations. It works now with Netflix, Hulu, Hulu+, Disney+, and HBO Max/HBO Now.


Shareaholic is a must for those who need instant access to social networks. From the drop-down menu, post directly to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Gmail, Evernote, and more than 250 other sites with this one extension. It has URL shorteners like Bit.ly built in, as well as Amazon Wish Lists for multiple countries.


Those with an egregious number of tabs open agree that this manager might be the best way to see and organize them all in one place, save them for later, recover tabs after a crash, and export tabs for sharing.


Sometimes you just open too many tabs. Exceed 20 and the Chrome interface is nearly impossible to use. This extension manages the overflow, providing a bird's-eye view of open tabs. It can search the open tabs and sort them by domain, title, or creation time.


You can restore your browser settings in Chrome at any time. You might need to do this if apps or extensions that you installed changed your settings without your knowledge. Your saved bookmarks and passwords won't be cleared or changed.


You know how when you get to 10+ tabs open in your browser (in this case Chrome) and you can't tell which tab is which anymore? I'm sure there are some good extension or something - what's the best solution to this problem?


Unfortunately, this won't show tabs that haven't been used in a while. But for recent tabs, no need to install any extension, and you can also search in the tab names - great when you have many tabs. To open a tab, just click Inspect.


Not only it is show all the tabs and windows, it allow to add notes to them, freely reorganize everything, rescue all of this on Chrome crashes and give possibility to unload tabs without deleting them from tree - "in place" - very cool and handy, a lifesaver for me, and for any other tab addict.


If you use Gmail and Google Calendar, the Salesforce Gmail Integration is a must-have Chrome extension. Salesforce records are available directly from your Gmail inbox, allowing you to look up details about a client or partner, make notes or update information, and easily access Salesforce email templates without needing to change tabs.


WhatsApp is one of the biggest communication channels in the world, and with this Chrome extension, you can make WhatsApp a powerful customer relationship channel. This extension allows you to create leads, view contact details, and even add Whatsapp chats to Salesforce, so you can connect with customers and clients in a way that works best for them.


Apex Debugger makes debugging your apex code within Salesforce easier. One of the biggest benefits of this extension is the ability to create customized keyboard shortcuts to really streamline your debugging process, but the extension also makes it easier to search, filter, and delete debug logs. This extension is also Lightning compatible.


Change the color of the traditional Salesforce tab favicon to distinguish between organizations. Salesforce Colored Favicon automatically adds a new color when you visit a new Salesforce organization, but you do have the option to customize the colors used. This extension can help you keep your desktop organized while working with multiple Salesforce tabs open.


Do you ever open so many tabs that you have no idea what's what, or why you even opened each one in the first place? This feature is for you - this week, Google has outlined its new option to group tabs in Chrome, with color-coding on each group to make them easier to keep... um, tabs on.


Instead of opening up Trello every time you need to add a new card, Trello for Gmail allows you do this from within your inbox. Now, you can get an email about a new project and add a card within seconds. No swapping tabs required.


Luckily, Gfycat is a useful extension for Gmail that solves this problem. You can easily find the perfect GIF in comments from a selection of over 40 million of them. And the best part is, you can then insert them right into your email without ever leaving Gmail.


As they're more deeply integrated into Chrome, applications and extensions that you choose to install can request access to additional capabilities, enabling functionality that doesn't make sense on the web at large: background notifications or raw socket access, for instance. These additional permissions may change the way your data is collected and shared, as extensions and applications might have access to data regarding the websites you visit, and might be capable of monitoring or modifying your interactions with the web. When installing an application or extension, Chrome may first warn you about certain capabilities. Please do take the time to read and evaluate this warning before proceeding with the installation. Note also that interactions with and data collected by these third-party applications and extensions are governed by their own privacy policies, not Google's privacy policy.


There are a few things I would like to see, and issues with Cluster however. The features page mentions the ability to use drag and drop to move tabs between windows and create a new window, however I found no ability to do this when using the app. In addition to this, a preview mode for each tab would be nice, allowing you to quickly preview what is in tabs. Another nice addition would be the ability to sort tabs into custom groups.


RoboForm for Chrome Standalone appears as a Standalone Extension in the top right corner next to the Address Bar. A Standalone Extension means that RoboForm and its functions are only accessible within the browser - RoboForm does not need to be installed onto your computer. Chrome OS and Linux users can only run RoboForm using this standalone extension.


Apart from the built-in Chrome sorting feature, there are additional free Chrome extensions to help you manage your bookmarks easily. They come with different features and their customizations vary. Here are the best available Google Chrome extensions in no suggested order or priority.


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