WWD Screencast: Cluster Tabs Firefox Add-on

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I often end up with way too many tabs open at once, particularly when I’m researching a particular topic. To cut down on tab overload, I’m experimenting with a nifty Firefox add-on called Cluster Tabs. In conjunction with a web service, it lets you group tabs together into “clusters.” Once you’ve clustered your tabs, you can then share them with others through Twitter, email, IM, Facebook, etc., via a unique public URL. I recorded a quick screencast to show how it works:

WWD Screencast: Cluster Tabs from WebWorkerDaily on Vimeo.

Cluster Tabs is easy to use, free (the cluster pages have some advertising), doesn’t require registration, and works with Firefox 3+.

Have you tried Cluster Tabs? Did it help you cut down on tab clutter?

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Ulrich Voss

But if I get this Clustertab thing correctly all tabs that are put into a “clustertab” are closed. Therefore they don’t need RAM like those tab that are just open for later reading. And well sharing is an extra bonus.

Mark

Wow, thanks for doing this review. I definitely needed something like this as I probably have about 40 tabs open on a daily basis among 3 FF browsers.

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