Find yourself constantly drowning in a sea of tabs? You’re not alone.
30% of the participants in a recent study admitted that they had tab hoarding problems. According to the research, each time we close a tab, we get a slight feeling of “missing out on something.”
You can use this automation to save and organize your opened browser tabs in a Google Sheets spreadsheet. That way, you always have access to your favorite tab combinations. No fear of losing links.
Many of us have perfect tab combinations for activities like work, entertainment, and daily browsing. Create separate Google Sheets spreadsheets for each (or use the multi-select property with tags), and the next time you find yourself staring at an empty browser page, you’ll have access to your favorite tabs in just a few seconds.
Let’s set it up!
First, click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to save this automation. You will be redirected to download the Bardeen browser extension if you don’t have it installed.
Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Google Sheets. After you choose or create the spreadsheet that will contain your tab data, you’re ready to go!
Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Google Sheets. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook.
Whenever you want to save all your open tabs, activate Bardeen (Press Option + B on Mac or Alt + B on Windows on your keyboard) and run this playbook. It will save all the information like tab title, URL and favIcon.
💪Pro tip: Looking to take your tab management game to the next level? Check out our other playbooks like Open all links in text as new browser tabs and Close all inactive browser tabs that will help you do that.
Explore other tab management playbooks:
This playbook saves me at least 1 hour every day. It used to take me a significant amount of time to scrape leads from various platforms manually.