[Query] Chrome Multiple tabs

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I have 400+ open tabs in Chrome in 4 user accounts in my phone. (100+ in each)

Its taking much storage space.

Is there any method to have all these open tabs in a single Chrome instance ?

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If Sync is enabled then your tabs will be available in desktop Chrome. There's a huge no. of extensions like Session Buddy, Export Open Tabs etc. you can use. For power users Chrome is a poor Choice. Kiwi is best in the Android world primarily due to support for desktop Chrome extensions which the likes of Brave, Vivaldi etc. deemed too difficult to implement but are otherwise pretty good. Firefox is a distant second. Safari and Orion (which claims compatibility with desktop Chrome and FF extensions) in case of i/Pad OS. 

P.S. Rooted devices offer another possible way. 

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I wonder how the storage space issue can be resolved if it is still in the same device, post merging.

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Not sure how tabs from one account be imported to another.

May be a session restore or import utility might be there in older versions.

But none now.

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If can sacrifice the back and forward data/pages memory

then manually opening 100 pages/tabs at a time.. in a single session

would not take that much time or efforts.

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chika7498 wrote:

I wonder how the storage space issue can be resolved if it is still in the same device, post merging.

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Not sure how tabs from one account be imported to another.

May be a session restore or import utility might be there in older versions.

But none now.

.

If can sacrifice the back and forward data/pages memory

then manually opening 100 pages/tabs at a time.. in a single session

would not take that much time or efforts.

Storage : I think, 1 chrome instance with 400+ tabs gonna use less storage space compared to 4 instances each with 100+ tabs. Currently each instance is consuming 600mb+ i.e 2.4gb+ in total

I 'll try to manually copy paste URLs if not found any other efficient method.
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If Sync is enabled then your tabs will be available in desktop Chrome. There's a huge no. of extensions like Session Buddy, Export Open Tabs etc. you can use. For power users Chrome is a poor Choice. Kiwi is best in the Android world primarily due to support for desktop Chrome extensions which the likes of Brave, Vivaldi etc. deemed too difficult to implement but are otherwise pretty good. Firefox is a distant second. Safari and Orion (which claims compatibility with desktop Chrome and FF extensions) in case of i/Pad OS. 

P.S. Rooted devices offer another possible way. 

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LIMBO wrote:

If Sync is enabled then your tabs will be available in desktop Chrome. There's huge of extensions like Session Buddy, Export Open Tabs etc. you can use. For power users Chrome is a poor Choice. Kiwi is best in the Android world primarily due to support for desktop Chrome extensions which the likes of Brave, Vivaldi etc. deemed too difficult to implement but are otherwise pretty good. Firefox is a distant second. Safari and Orion (which claims compatibility with desktop Chrome and FF extensions) in case of i/Pad OS. 

P.S. Rooted devices offer another possible way. 

Thanks. 'll try this.
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BlueFlash wrote:

WTF XD

400 tabs ?

400+ was an approximation. 2 hours back, checked in Chrome Settings-> Sync-> Review your synced data -> Open Tabs

found that, its actually 1000+ tabs in total in 4 instances !😂

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BlueFlash wrote:

WTF XD

400 tabs ?

searching for the right video point_right ok_hand sweat_drops

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@LIMBO off topic in rooted device (mi).. is it possible make call recording without announcement

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Novizio wrote:

@LIMBO off topic in rooted device (mi).. is it possible make call recording without announcement

Yes with the help of a Magisk module but I haven't needed to ever use it personally as I only use custom ROMs most of which include the AOSP dialler where call recording (without any announcement ) is built-in. I should be able to test it though as my Poco F4 is scheduled to be delivered today and this time I plan to use MIUI for a few days instead of ditching it right away. 

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LIMBO wrote:

Yes with the help of a Magisk module but I haven't needed to ever use it personally as I only use custom ROMs most of which include the AOSP dialler where call recording (without any announcement ) is built-in. I should be able to test it though as my Poco F4 is scheduled to be delivered today and this time I plan to use MIUI for a few days instead of ditching it right away. 

ok let me know if it works
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