While using Chrome for work, study, or research you may end up with lots of tabs open that you don’t want to lose, but which you don’t need open. Chrome has the ability to save all tabs as a bookmark that you can open again at a later date.
Save Open Tabs in Chrome
To save all open tabs in Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, or a Chromebook use the
Settings > Bookmarks > Bookmark All Tabs option:
This will prompt you to enter a name for the folder of bookmarks (example: Saved Tabs). Pick something memorable or descriptive so that you know what the collection of sites are when you need to find it at a later date
You can easily open saved tabs again
It’s just as easy to open all of the tabs you saved previously, even if you close the browser or come back at a later date.
Settings > Bookmarks and find the folder you saved in the previous step. This will let you open each site individually.
Alternatively, if you saved your tabs to a folder on the bookmarks bar — by default it saves them here — you access them directly from a new tab:
You can right-click on the bookmarks bar saved tabs folder to instantly open all bookmarks inside the folder in the current window or a new window: