Bookmarking all the open tabs in your browser can come in handy at times. Like, if you are researching on a topic, and have got a number of related tabs open. The next thing you want to do is collate the URLs at one place. Bookmarking them individually would be a pain.
Today I will discuss how to do a batch bookmarking of all the open tabs in Firefox, Chrome, Opera and IE. But before we proceed I must tell you that all the below mentioned tricks have been tried and tested on the lasted builds. If you don’t see the options I show on your browser then you you probably need to upgrade it to a higher version.
For Firefox and Chrome Users
The steps are similar for both the browsers.
To bookmark all the open tab at once right-click on any open tab and click on Bookmark All Tabs. You can also use the Ctrl+Shift+d shortcut for the same.
You can now either create a new bookmark folder or add them to an existing folder from the list.
Click Add Bookmarks when you are done.
For Opera Users
Open bookmark manager on Opera and the best way to do it is press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+B and navigate to the folder you want to add all opened links as bookmarks. If you want to create a new folder you must create one.
Now right click at any empty space in the bookmark manager and select Bookmark All Open Pages to batch-bookmark all the links.
For Internet Explorer Users
For an Internet Explorer user bookmarks are known as favorites and to add all open links as bookmarks first enable menu bar in internet explorer by pressing the Alt button and click on favorite.
Click on Add Current Tabs to favorites and select the folder where you wish to add all the links.
So from next time you need to bulk bookmark all the links open on your default browser you know what to do.
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