Among the many
tab manager extensions, what’s the differences in them and which one you like best? Here we made a comparison to help you find the one most suitable for you.
Session Buddy, and
One Tab Group all share a fundamental goal of simplifying tab management. Their main features include:
- Consolidating all of your
open tabsinto a
single tabwith a list of URLs, which reduces clutter and makes it easier to find and access the pages you need.
- Allowing you to export your tab list to a text file and
shareit with others, providing easy collaboration options.
- Providing a way to
restore tabsthat you may have accidentally closed, preventing data loss and frustration.
One Tab Group prioritize user privacy by not collecting browsing history or bookmark data, but
Session Buddy collects information about the web pages you visit, including the page title and time of visit.
This data can be used to help you organize and manage your browsing sessions more effectively, but it may not be suitable for users who prioritize privacy.
It's important to understand the data collection policies of any browser extension you use and make an informed decision based on your own preferences and priorities.
One Tab Group provides the convenient option to sync and backup your tabs on Cloud. This feature enables you to access your
saved tabs from any device, ensuring that you can always pick up right where you left off.
One Tab Group goes a step further by offering the ability to backup your tabs' data in
Notion, a powerful productivity app.
This way, you can keep all your important information in one centralized location and access it from anywhere.
One Tab Group supports search tabs anywhere on MAC by using
It integrates with Raycast in the form of an extension, leveraging
Raycast's beautiful UI design and smooth search interaction to enhance the overall search experience for tabs.
This allows you to quickly and effectively find the tabs/tab groups you have saved.
Sharing tabs in a
web link is a convenient way to share
multiple web pages with others. Both
One Tab Group offer this feature.
When you use this feature, the extension creates a single web link that contains all the URLs of the tabs you want to share.
You can then send this link to others via
messaging apps, and they can open it to access all the web pages you shared at once.
This is useful for sharing research or resources with
friends, or for simply keeping a record of your own browsing history.
We hope this blog has helped you understand the differences of these tab managers.
Session Buddy, and
One Tab Group are powerful browser extensions that offer useful
tab management features to simplify your browsing experience.
One Tab Group stands out with its ability to
sync and backup tabs on Cloud, as well as backup tabs' data in
Notion. Ultimately, the choice of which extension to use comes down to personal preferences and priorities.