TooManyTabs is a life-saver for tab addicts

Unless you have a huge monitor, you have probably experienced a tab overload while working on your browser. This happens to me often, whether I am working or doing research. Once a certain amount of open tabs is reached, they start stacking up. Soon one is left with a cluster of tabs, with unrecognizable titles in a sea of options. This can be a pesky situation, and lucky for Chrome users, there is a very good solution.

TooManyTabs extension brings the ability to recognize and organize your dozens of tabs. After being installed, a button appears in the extensions bar, with a number that displays the quantity of open tabs. This leads you to a very nice interface upon being clicked. The window displays all your open tabs with a much more visible title and preview, making it much simpler to find your tab of preference.

If that wasn’t convenient enough, TooManyTabs also offers a variety of tools and features to ease the user’s experience. For example, one can search for specific tabs by using keywords. Tabs can also be re-arranged by name, URL or creation time.

There is also a “recently closed” section on the right side that may save you if you happen to misplace a website. One can even suspend a tab to reduce the amount of options in your main stream. The URL gets saved and one can simply re-open the tab by going to the Suspended Tabs section and clicking on it.

After using the extension for some days, I can find no issues with it. And I have been much more efficient when carrying out tasks that require me to open many tabs. This happens often, as I work online. It is simple, helpful, and it works, making this a Chrome Spot recommended extension for the tab-happy.

Chrome Web Store: TooManyTabs for Chrome