One of the biggest problems I have with my tab attic is the discrepancy between the tabs I open at home versus the tabs I open at work versus the tabs I open on other computers. I’ll find a great tab at work, open it on Chrome and then not be able to do anything with it until the next morning. To get around this conundrum, I’ve relied on Google’s bookmarking feature — basically, at the end of the day, I’ll bookmark all my open tabs in case I want to do something with them at home.
What I’ve wanted for sometime now is the ability to sync tabs across different browsers. In other words, the tabs I open at work can easily by opened at home. It seemed like something of a pipe dream, but today, Google announced that the latest version of Chrome will now feature tab syncing — so long as you’re signed into your Google account on Chrome.
This is a monumental feature for people suffering from multiple tab attics.