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Hello, for my study I'm searching a lot of information on different websites for different school subjects and have currently accumulated over 1000 tabs open/active in my Firefox (web) on my laptop. I usually open websites and don't close them with the assumption and just to be on the safe side I might need them later. However, I would like to group/bundle these tabs into different categories according to the subjects I'm working to keep it manageable. Is this possible (preferably not by means of an add-on)?
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have a great day umit_celebi95,
I hope the answer to your questions be in this link: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-save-web-page
Click on the menu button new fx menu, and then click Save Page As. The Save As dialog window will open. In the dialog window, type in a name for the page you want to save and choose a location. In the Save as type drop-down, choose the type of file that you want to save the page as:
Web page, complete: Save the whole web page along with pictures. This choice allows you to view it as originally shown with pictures, but it may not keep the HTML link structure of the original page. Firefox creates a new directory where the page is saved to save pictures and other files necessary to show the whole web page.
Please let me know if this is work well to you,
I would like to group/bundle these tabs into different categories according to the subjects I'm working to keep it manageable. Is this possible (preferably not by means of an add-on)?
I tend to move tabs on a particular subject/project to their own separate window. You can multi-select tabs (Ctrl+click), then right-click any one of them and choose Move Tabs > Move to New Window.
Within the same window, though, I'm pretty sure you would need to use an add-on.