You’re sitting in your classroom researching websites for an upcoming lesson and you have about ten tabs open in your Google Chrome browser when you realize it’s almost 5pm and you need to leave to go home. One problem, what are you supposed to do with all the tabs? Here are two solutions to help you:
- TabCloud This Google Chrome extension lets you save and name tabs. For example, say you have 10 tabs open pertaining to “The Great Gatsby.” Simply on Tab Cloud, name the group “Gatsby” and save it for later. You can access the tabs again by clicking on Tab Cloud.
- One Tab With One Tab you can save your group of tabs and share the list as a web page or via QR code. This is great when working with students because you only have to share one link instead of several. You can also favorite tab groups if there are groups of tabs you use on a regular basis.
Ari Flewelling is a staff development specialist for Riverside Unified School District, Google Educator Trainer, CUE Affiliate President, former high school English teacher and #GAFESummit Demo Slam Winner. Ari graduated from Boise State University with a Masters in Educational Technology . Contact Ari through her website, via email or follow her on Twitter.
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