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How do I bookmark ALL tabs not just the current ones

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Hello,

I want to be able to bookmark ALL the sites I visited. I know about CTRL+D and SHIFT+CTRL+D and right-mouse clicking on a tab and choosing Bookmark All Tabs. What I am looking for is to bookmark recursively. Here is an explanation:

I start Firefox and my home page loads. I go to a site say Google.com. On the same tab I leave Google and go to Microsoft. On the same tab I leave Microsoft and go to Mozilla.org On the same tab I leave I leave Mozilla and go to CNN

So if I right-mouse-click on the Go Back button I see all these pages in order from last visited to the first visited.

How do I bookmark All of these pages from home page -> Google -> Microsoft ->... all the way

I hope this makes sense and that a solution is out there.

Waseemn

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If you would open those page in individual tabs then you an use "Bookmark All Tabs" in the right-click context menu of the Tab bar.

You can middle-click a link to open the link in a new tab or hold down the Ctrl key and left click.
Alt+Enter opens links via the location bar in a new tab.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

If you would open those page in individual tabs then you an use "Bookmark All Tabs" in the right-click context menu of the Tab bar.

You can middle-click a link to open the link in a new tab or hold down the Ctrl key and left click.
Alt+Enter opens links via the location bar in a new tab.