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Savvy Tip: Save Tabs to Save Time

I'm always looking for ways to save time to be more efficient, and saving tabs is a definite must-do on my list. I have a bookmark folder in which I save all the sites I go to every day. This includes Gmail, my RSS reader, Facebook, Twitter, and a bunch of staple news sites. Instead of individually typing in several web addresses every day, I go to the folder and select the "Open All in Tabs" option — a quick and easy start to my web browsing day!

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itsallabouttheg itsallabouttheg 5 years
i have multiple home pages set on my work computer, but i think i'll try this to avoid having all the tabs load if i pen a new browser window.
Hotlegs-Runner Hotlegs-Runner 5 years
I do this too =) ♥.•:*¨*:•.♥ www.hotlegsrunner.onsugar.com www.myfurbabies.onsugar.com
prblms4loki prblms4loki 5 years
Another way to do it? Use Google Chrome! You can set multiple tabs to open as your homepages so when you open up Chrome - you have all your tabs open already. Plus, I love the drag and drop tabs option. Always will. And the fact that I can make my pages pretty.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Hehe I had the same idea the other day.
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