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Google Chrome bookmark all tabs extension

Posted on October 2, 2009, 9:49 pm EST

Many users on the Chrome Forums want a bookmark all tabs feature since September 2008. We didn't implement it into the browser because we felt that is really a *feature* that people could download.


We have integrated "bookmarking all tabs" natively within Chrome. For more information visit the forums. In the meantime, you can use the extension until they send the next dev/beta/stable updates.


Since Google Chrome extensions is ready (currently for dev channel), you could install this extension and press "CTRL + SHIFT + D" to bookmark all tabs in the current window. The reason why I picked that keyboard shortcut combo, is simply because "CTRL + D" bookmarks one tab, hence adding a Shift will bookmark all tabs which is a proper gesture (similar to Firefox).


In order to use "any" Google Extension, currently, you need to subscribe to the dev channel. Google Chrome releases updates to different release channels. Subscribing to the Beta or Dev channel means you'll get more frequent (but less stable) updates and you'll get to try new features first. Google Chrome Extensions are only available in the dev channel! Subscribe now!

How to install "Bookmark all tabs" extension

You simply just click on the link below. , after its complete, it will ask you to install it, choose yes!

Install Bookmark all tabs Extension

Install Extension
Bookmark all tabs


This feature has been requested by many users, and it works perfectly (I hope so) as an Google Extension. The source code is available in my git repository.

If you have any suggestions, or improvements, please let me know (comment down), and the extension will auto update in the future.

Happy bookmarking!

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