So it's the end of the day and you have a bunch of tabs that you want to re-open the next time you open your computer. Well, there are always multiple ways to do this. I created a 1:46 second YouTube tutorial showing you the three ways followed by descriptions below.
1. One way is to open up your settings in Google Chrome, scroll down to
- On Startup
- Choose Continue where you left off
2. Another way is to right click (or Ctrl + Shift + D) on an open area to the right of your last open tab and choose Bookmark All Tabs. You can then Name this folder as you like.
3. Of course there are other ways, but the third one is using Wakelet's Chrome extension.
I was working in a library and this guy comes up to me and asks, “Do you have a bookmark?”
I said, “Yes, we have hundreds, but my name’s Brad.”
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