It is a browser extension that will organize a heap of tabs and bookmarks in a smart - easy to read way.
To be short.
Suppose you have opened the following tabs:
Then Smart TabS will group them by relevance:
There is even an option to do the same with bookmarks.
If you want, this extension could also hide your tabs that have not been read for a long time.
Although it may look simple and yet it is a powerful tool that:
Supported languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian.
Tested on ourselves. :)
Smart TabS operates fully locally.
It does not collect any excessive data and
Extension operations in incognito mode are forbidden on a browser level.
Bookmark auto-placement, which is disabled by default, can be enabled with "Enable smart bookmark autoplacement" option.
Meanwhile, "There is at least bookmarks of" and "The fraction of an existing bookmarks is at most of" settings control when a new subfolder of similar bookmarks should be automatically created.
By default, they are setted to 10 and 0.25, respectively.
Automatic subfolders keep your bookmark folders in more digestible chunks.
Read later tabs
Instead of you, Smart TabS can manage tabs that have not been read for a long time.
You just need to set what to do with "When tab hasn't been read for a long time" option and when to consider a tab as not being read for a long time with ""Long time" in days".
If you choose to put those tabs in bookmarks, the extension will remind you about them when you will be reading a similar article.
You can exclude domain pages from being processed by Smart TabS.
For example, it could be Web Apps that do not have much meaningful content or if its content is too sensitive.
If this is the case, then just go to the extension preferences page, add that domain to "Excluded domains" list, and press "Save".
Sort by URL domains
This are domain paths which documents will be sorted by its URL if there is more than one of them.
By default this list includes github.com and gitlab.com.
Smart TabS has been build on top of cross-browser WebExtension API, which is supported by Firefox, Chrome, and Chromium-based browsers.
Apple has added WebExtension support in Safari, starting from version 14.
This update brings:
Significant tab sorting architecture improvements:
Some bookmark auto-creation improvements and fixes.
In this version, we have:
And some other refinements as well.
Tab auto-rearrangement has become less reactive, considering a transition from skimming to reading.Improved:
Added support of a pinned tabs.