Tree Style View Of Chrome Tabs
The side-docking Sidewise Tree Style Tabs is an extension that aims to take care of managing all those tabs more effectively. In a nutshell, you can give it any load of tabs you wish, and fully expect it to run those marathon browsing sessions for as long as you want.
The Chrome app comes into play as soon as you add it from Chrome’s web store. All your tabs are quickly sorted in a tree style into a sidebar on the left (though you can opt for having it on the right too). There’s a button on the top-right that opens Sidewise’s settings control in a new tab. Here, you can customize your mouse’s functions or choose from a plethora of more advanced features for your monitor and keyboard. You can import, export, or, in an emergency, restore closed tabs. Furthermore, the search bar below the buttons allows you to quickly find a tab without having to inspect the whole tree branch by branch.
Sidewise Tree Style Tabs is both lightweight and intelligent – you can simply double-click tabs you’re not using to put them in hibernate mode for saving processing resources. Doing the same again wakes them up. Right-click on any tab in the sidebar and you’ll get further options in its context menu, as shown in the screenshot above. Among other things, you can highlight a tab, move it around, label it, copy it’s URL, put it in a folder, or assort it with other tabs in a simple hierarchy. You can also select multiple tabs using ctrl or shift clicks, and drag and drop a whole group around. To add new tabs, just double-click in the sidebar’s empty region.
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