Just like other modern web browsers, Google Chrome also enables you to open multiple tabs at once. The idea of multi tabs is pretty helpful if you need to do more tasks with your web browser.
For a certain reason you might need to read articles from different resources, let’s say you are looking for references for your paper assignment. Then you Googling all the necessary materials and open some interesting articles in different tabs in Chrome. After awhile you just realized that you don’t have too much time to read all of those articles then you think of saving all of the opened tabs to be opened later.
Then, you start wondering is there any way to open all of the saved pages at once?
There are actually some useful Chrome extensions to help you save the current tab sessions and open them later at once. However, not everything has to be done with an extension. Isn’t it?
So, here is how to save the current tab sessions in Google Chrome to be opened later, without involving any extension.
Save and restore tab sessions in Google Chrome without extension
- Right-click on one of the tab bar and select the Bookmark all tabs option. Or simply press the CTRL+SHIT+D button.
- You will be asked to create a new folder to save the current tab sessions. Just give your folder a name and click Save.
- Open bookmark manager (CTRL+SHIFT+O) and right-click on the folder you have just created on the step above. Select the Open all bookmarks option. Done!
In order to get things be more organized you will probably want to create a specific folder in the bookmark manager for saving multiple tabs just like you have just done. One of the benefits by saving Chrome tabs sessions using this method is that it will sync with your Chrome account so that the set of tabs you save on one device can be restored on another. Just be sure you are logged in with your Chrome account while doing this method.