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Are there easier ways to navigate through tabs rather than going to the homepage with a list of tabs

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Can we make it easier to navigate tabs by swiping the bottom bar instead of going to the "cluttered" homepage with a list of open tabs. Or making the tab selection menu only display the tabs rather than a search bar and collections menu.

Can we make it easier to navigate tabs by swiping the bottom bar instead of going to the "cluttered" homepage with a list of open tabs. Or making the tab selection menu only display the tabs rather than a search bar and collections menu.
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Seburo
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Hi

Thank you for your feedback, we really appreciate it. I will pass this back to our developers and see if we can make some changes in a future update.

Hi Thank you for your feedback, we really appreciate it. I will pass this back to our developers and see if we can make some changes in a future update.
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jscher2000
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Perhaps when that page is shown in response to the tabs button, it could be scrolled to the beginning of the Open Tabs section, which is the most responsive to the request.

Perhaps when that page is shown in response to the tabs button, it could be scrolled to the beginning of the Open Tabs section, which is the most responsive to the request.
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Seburo
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Good idea, that sounds possible. I will add that to the feedback.

Good idea, that sounds possible. I will add that to the feedback.
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