Tab Vault is an extension for Opera users which works like a place to store tabs you want to get to later without leaving them in memory and on your tab bar. Its similar to bookmarks, except it reminds you how many tabs you've stored away.
Tab Vault can also import and export Opera's session files. You can use this to back up your tabs for safekeeping.
To use it, just click the extension button present at the end of standard toolbar just after the searchbox and there you can store the current tab or open previously saved tabs.
Click Save Tab to store the current tab in the vault. Click on a saved tab to open it in a new tab, or click the X on the right to send it to Tab Vault's trash. Ctrl + click on a tab to open it in the background or drag the tab onto the web page to open it in the current page.
You can drag saved tabs to reorder them. It also supports tab groups. When dragging a tab, move your cursor to the right edge of the tab (over the arrow icon) and drop it onto another tab to create a group. Groups can be expanded and collapsed just like tab stacks, and you can rename them by clicking the pen icon that appears when you hover your mouse over a group.
Click "Trash" at the top to get to Tab Vault's trash. Any tab you delete from the main list will show up here until you clear the list. Just like with Opera's Closed Tabs, click an item in the list to undelete it, or click Clear List of Closed Tabs to empty the list.
- Reorder the list of tabs with drag and drop
- Create and rename groups of tabs
- Click a saved tab to open it in a new tab, or drag it onto the page to open it in the current tab
- Removed tabs are sent to Tab Vault's trash, so you can't accidentally delete them - Export the list of saved tabs as an Opera session for safekeeping
- Import tabs from an Opera session Check the help link at the bottom of Tab Vault's options page for more information.
- Many options are now available with context menus
You can download and install it using following link:
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