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How to get started with Supatabs in three simple steps:
1. Add the Supatabs extension
2. Save your open tabs to Supatabs
3. View your tab groups in Supatabs
Supatabs aims to make switching through tabs as easy as possible. Here are some features to make your life a little easier:
Reorder your tabs and groups with drag and drop
Swap through your browser sessions with one click
Share multiple links in your group
All the questions you could possibly ask
You can install Supatabs in the Chrome web store by clicking this link.
Supatabs converts open tabs to a list of links and restores those links when you click on them. When your tabs are in Supatabs you always save up to 95% of memory because you have less tabs open. Supatabs also auto-suspends tabs that have been inactive for a while.
Yes. The fewer tabs you have open, the more resources your computer can use for other things you might be doing.
Yes. Your tabs are 100% safe and will not be tracked or transmitted anywhere.
You can open Supatabs a few different ways. You can either click the Supatabs logo in the extension popup menu, merge tabs in any direction (opens Supatabs automatically), merge tabs with a shortcut key (opens Supatabs automatically), or press the dedicated shortcut key to open it (Option+O on MacOS, or Alt+O on Windows/Linux).
You can restore single tabs by clicking a single tab, or the whole group by clicking the context icons: "Swap Session" or "Restore Groups" for each group.
No. Supatabs also works in all chromium based browsers. This includes Microsoft Edge, Brave, Vivaldi and many more. However, most features are only fully tested in Google Chrome.
No. Supatabs currently only works in chromium based browsers.
No. Supatabs tracks absolutely nothing. This also means we are completely reliant on your feedback if any problems arise. Please write an email to email@example.com
Supatabs currently doesn't make any money. This started as a passion project out of frustration with other available tools. If you want to support the development of the app, please consider donating here 🙂
Yes. Supatabs is designed to support both dark- and lightmode. It is designed to be as simple as possible.
Yes. Your tabs in Supatabs are safe even when your browser or computer crash. We have added an export option, which downloads all saved tabs to a file.
No. Supatabs gives you the option to restore tabs in a suspended state. This means they won't use any resources until you click them. Once clicked, they automatically load.
Yes. You can reorder tabs and groups freely by simply dragging and dropping where you want them.
You can rename a group by simply clicking the title, or the date it was created. An input box will appear and you can start typing. Pressing enter or clicking outside the box will save the name.
Locking a tab group means the tabs won't be removed from Supatabs when you restore them. It also disables drag reordering, deletion, adding tabs to the group and title changes.
You can lock a tab group by clicking the lock icon of the respective group. Some icons and the border underneath will turn grey, indicating the group is locked.
Yes. Supatabs currently supports six keyboard shortcuts. "Send all open tabs to Supatabs", "Send all open tabs to the left to Supatabs", "Send all open tabs to the right to Supatabs", "Send the current tab to Supatabs", "Open or focus Supatabs" and "Whitelist the domain of the current active tab".
All keyboard shortcuts can be customized to your liking. You can change your keyboard shortcuts by following the link in the Supatabs options page.
No. Supatabs is unintrusive and doesn't need to be the
Yes. You can make Supatabs a pinned tab by default. You can change this on the Supatabs options page.
The Supatabs options page is where you can customize the behavior of Supatabs. You can for example change the UI from dark- to lightmode, or pin Supatabs.
Yes. Supatab is designed to be a better replacement for Onetab.
No. Supatabs will not break when Google updates their manifest V3 requirements. Supatabs was designed with the future update by Google in mind.
Yes Supatabs supports Chrome tab groups and will save them accordingly in Supatabs. You can turn this on or off in the Options page.
Supatabs can automatically put tabs into a sleep state. This will unload them from memory and therefore save your computers resources automatically
Yes you can turn this feature off. It is purely optional.
Yes, you can whitelist tabs by either adding them to the auto suspension whitelist on the Options page, or by pressing the shortcut key.
Tabs will be suspended after 90 minutes of inactivity by default. You can change this to any amount of minutes between 5 and 240.
No. By default auto-suspension excludes audible tabs so you can listen to whatever you want in peace. You can change this in the Options page.