Have too many tabs opened on Chrome? This extension helps you organize your tabs on windows per projects.
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agektmr * Fixed session removal feature.
* Removing linked session has been only unlinking the project and required to then remove the session. It's now unlink and remove the session.
* Badge displays improvement.
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Project Tab Manager is an extension for Google Chrome that helps you focus on a single project. It preserves each windows as projects, not only you can restore them anytime, you can synchronize projects across different devices using same Chrome profile.

Getting Started

PTM automatically tracks all windows you open in Chrome. You can resume those windows anytime you want. See how it works:

  1. Click on PTM icon
2. Do you see a list of dates? They represent sessions per window. Try closing one of the window, you'll be able to restore the window and its tabset by clicking on the session entry.
3. You can create a project out of the session by clicking on the folder icon next to the session name.
4. Check out Chrome's bookmark folder. The project is stored as Chrome's standard bookmarks. So they are synced across devices and even accessible from Chrome for Android or for iOS.
5. The stars indicate if they are temporary sessions or synced bookmarks. Adding / modifying tab's URLs will be locally tracked, but not synced. Add stars to sync.
6. Feel free to close the window. You can restore the state anytime!

1 rule to remember:

  • Close windows not tabs unless you want it to be forgotten.

Keyboard Navigation

  • You can navigate through PTM using keyboard.
    • tab: selects next project.
    • return: opens the selected project.
    • right arrow: expands project folder
    • left arrow: folds project folder
  • If you want to open PTM with a short cut key, open "chrome://extensions" and go to bottom of the page to find "Keyboard shortcuts" then assign. The default key combination is ctrl+P.
  • shift + click on a project will open the project then close the open window

The Developer

My name is Eiji Kitamura. Find me on my blog, Google+, Twitter or github.

Special thanks to


I'm grateful if you could give a review on Chrome Web Store.

Of course, reporting bugs and feature requests are much appreciated!

If you are a developer and thinking about contribution, head to the github page.

See changelog