Another useful extension which is helpful in opening multiple links in Chrome is Linky. To select and open multiple links on a page, press and hold the right mouse button. There are two tricks to do this - using a desktop shortcut or directly from your browser. Then let go off the Shift key and mouse button. For example, if I want to open google. All you can do is a click and open website. Extra features in the Options are the ability to automatically pre-format a gmail message useful for sending the links to yourself and to convert all open tabs into a file list in csv or txt format.
Task scheduler is a free built-in tool by Microsoft Windows. Instead, I prefer to open websites automatically at browser startup. With chrome, the same can be done with a tweak. Given below is the screenshot of my Twitter stream. Select the Copy tabs from all windows option. So, why not find a solution which would open all these desired websites automatically when we log on? I had the need of opening multiple pages and the article gave me multiple options.
Snaplinks for Firefox is a useful addon which lets you open multiple links at once. For internet explorer 7 and above , there is no straight forward way to do this. Next time you want to open all your pages, just click on this button. Task scheduler runs in the background every time you start Windows and therefore you can schedule your required task to be executed at specified intervals. Under the Actions section, you can choose Bookmarked or Copied to clipboard. I prefer not to open websites at Windows Startup.
To start changing settings, click on Edit under the Actions section. Installing the extension gives you a Coffee Mug icon next to the address bar to add, remove or open sites. Another way of opening sets of sites is to bookmark them inside a folder and then opening the complete folder instead of opening them one by one. Press the Linkclumpbutton and select Options to open the tab below. Wouldn't it be great if you could open all your Favorite sites with a single click? Linky is another free Chrome extension to open multiple links together. While Google Chrome and Internet Explorer have a pretty straight forward way of opening multiple sites at the browser startup, Firefox uses the piping technique for this purpose. Desktop Shortcut to Open Multiple Websites Together.
Let go of the mouse button to open the hyperlinks included within the box. Copy and paste from a document, spreadsheet, or any type of web content; or type in a list of domain names and paths to rapidly access a large number of links. Some browsers offer Speed-Dial where you can add your favorite websites and can open website by double-click on the dial. Another way of opening sets of sites is to bookmark them inside a folder and then opening the complete folder instead of opening them one by one. I liked the way of using the. You can also find a short guide in this page. Multiple open tabs in Firefox.
That includes a few extra options for you to select. But, you can not add or edit a thumbnail. Opening more than one websites in tabs directly in a browser. For example, to customize the box border color, press Edit and then click the Selection box color palette to choose a new color for it. You can also apply filters in opening links. When it comes to links, I always find it more convenient to open them in new tabs, that way I can keep the original page where the link came from still open in case I need to refer back to it.
It is available from Chrome Web Store. The only solution seems not to be a good one, and that is to startup with the new tab page. Select the Copy to Clipboard option from there. Under Advanced Options, you can specify a word that will exclude or include a link to be opened. This extension is extremely useful to those who need to open lots of links at any given website.
You can either open a new tab page or can continue the session from where you left off. Check out on the Mozilla site and press the Download Now button to install it. Any ideas if that is possible?? I prefer not to open websites at Windows Startup. This will open all the favorite sites added in that folder in separate tabs. This is a curious omission, for it would certainly be handy if we could select to open multiple pages and hyperlinks at the same time. Task scheduler runs in the background every time you start Windows and therefore you can schedule your required task to be executed at specified intervals.
To use it, download and install it on your browser. Lastly, you can also disable LinkClump for certain websites. There are two tricks to do this - using a desktop shortcut or directly from your browser. This is actually the most convenient method. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness.