Akira is a Google Chrome extension for sorting -> viewing -> bookmarking/closing a bunch of tabs open on multiple windows. If you are the type who does not close any Chrome tabs, and opens a new window instead, you can use Akira to view all open tabs, group them by window/site, sort them alphabetically, then close the unnecessary, and bookmark the necessary ones.
Session Buddy may be a better option if you want to manage your tabs, but Akira is just a project I developed to improve my skills, so I recommend you give Session Buddy a try first. (Not sponsored or anything, just saw it on Chrome Web Store, and thought it was cool)
- Go to the of the extension.
- Click on "Add to Chrome" button.
- On the popup, click on "Add Extension" button.
Please do not publish the same extension with little changes/a few small features under a different name; but you are free to experiment, add lots of new/complicated features and publish that as another extension. If you find any bugs, or have any ideas for new features, feel free to email me!
- Fork the repo.
- Clone the forked repo into some folder.
- Open Google Chrome, or your browser of choice with Chromium.
- Go to Extension Manager. ("chrome://extensions/")
- Enable "Developer Mode" using the switch on top right corner.
- Click on "Load Unpacked" button, on top left corner.
- Select the root folder of the repo (step 1), which contains the "manifest.json" file.
By Recoskyler - Adil Atalay Hamamcıoğlu
I am not responsible for any inconvenience. By adding Akira to Google Chrome, you take all responsibility.
All the icons are from IconFinder, and are "Free for commercial use"/"Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)". Some were edited with licensed version of Adobe Photoshop CC 2020. I don't know if the name "Akira" is copyrighted, so if it's copyrighted, please notify me.