Best Tab Managers in June 2022

Suffering from cluttered browsers, mixed client websites and irritating views? Instead of a cluttered browser, the best tab manager for Chrome and other browsers helps you organize tabs based on clients, reports, divisions and more.

updated May 18, 2022 11:47 AM

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Service

Price

Restore Tabs

Bookmark Tabs

Search Tabs

Drag and Drop Interface

Export Saved Windows

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Workona logo

Workona

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5.0/5

3 reviews

$7.00

per month, $84.00 billed annually

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Search by Domain Keywords

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Partizion logo

Partizion

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4.1/5

55 reviews

$6.00

per month, $72.00 billed annually

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2

stefanXO logo

stefanXO

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3.9/5

202 reviews

Contact company for pricing

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Cluster logo

Cluster

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3.9/5

9 reviews

$9.80

One-time payment

Fast Restore

Search Tabs by URL

Export as JSON

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Tabli logo

Tabli

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3.8/5

176 reviews

Free

Fast Restore

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2

tabXpert logo

tabXpert

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3.7/5

55 reviews

$2.50

per month, $30.00 billed annually

Fast Restore

Search Tabs by URL

Export as HTML

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Toast logo

Toast

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3.6/5

4 reviews

$2.99

per month, $35.88 billed annually

One-click Restore

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Stew logo

Stew

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3.6/5

4 reviews

Free

One-click Restore

Search Tabs by URL

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Hare logo

Hare

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3.5/5

12 reviews

Contact company for pricing

One-click Restore

Search Tabs by URL

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Flow logo

Flow

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3.4/5

9 reviews

Free

One-click Restore

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a Tab manager?

From the name itself, a tab session manager is a tool that helps you organize your tabs however you want. While bookmarks are helpful to a certain degree, imagine saving a whole session, including websites, emails and tools you need, accessible through a single button with the right tab manager.

Why do you need a Tab manager?

Unless you have multiple computers for multiple functions, you’ll usually have a number of websites you use for a certain purpose. A Chrome tab manager helps you switch from work to personal preferences like social media and research or educational websites in just a few clicks.


Convenience

Instead of bookmarking websites on Chrome where you’ll still have to open them one by one, you can save everything by using the best Chrome tab manager. Opening everything at once with a tab management Chrome tool saves you time, effort and energy.


Better Organization

The more organized your tabs are, the easier it’ll be for you to work. With a Chrome extension tab manager, you’ll be able to sift through the right tabs for the right purposes without needing to mix personal with professional websites.


Peace of Mind

Instead of wondering where a specific bookmark was saved, you’ll be able to save websites on the specific tab groups you want. Say you’re doing research and have multiple sources, you can save them in a tab group specifically for research to avoid having to browse your bookmarks to look for them.

What should you look for in a Tab manager?

Security

First and foremost, the tab manager has to come from a reputable company that does not store your information. Although unlikely, making sure that your tab manager does not share your information with other companies or websites is important.


Ease of Use

Not all tab management Chrome extensions are convenient. Some of them have complicated UI (displays) making it hard for users to navigate. A simple Chrome extension that allows you to access your saved tabs may be all you need.


Additional Features

Some tab management extensions come with visual cues to help you better identify which groups you want to access. Added customization also helps make the whole process more entertaining and appealing to look at.

Who needs to use a Tab manager?

Freelancers With Multiple Jobs

If you're handling two or more clients with different websites and tools per client, having a tab manager helps you organize your work. Instead of having to constantly pull up one website from one client and another from your other client, you’ll be able to open the tabs related to each client flawlessly.


Shared Computers

If you’re sharing a computer with different users, having a tab manager helps you segregate which websites belong to who. This also helps eliminate the confusing process of looking for your website amongst the numerous bookmarks saved.

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