Control-Shift-D (Command-Shift-D for Mac users) will take all the tabs you have open in your browser and put them in a folder on your bookmarks bar. Press the keys, name your folder, and click save. Just that easy and all your tabs are saved for later reference. Just a reminder that you need to be using Google's Chrome browser for this handy trick to work.
Let's say I'm planning a unit on Geometry for my 3rd graders. Here is what my screen might look like when my interruption comes along:
I press Control-Shift-D and up pops a little window. I type in the name for my folder and click ok.
Now, on my bookmarks bar I have my folder. When I click on it, all my tabs are saved as shortcuts.
*If your folder doesn't appear across the top of your screen under the address bar (also know as the Omnibox), your bookmark bar may not be set to show. If you click on the settings icon (the three little lines in the top right corner of your browser), and then click on "Bookmarks", you can select the "Show Bookmarks Bar" option.
I have used this many times since I learned about it. I hope it will be helpful for you as well!
A few other Chrome keyboard shortcuts I've blogged about:
Control-F (Chrome Search Bar)
Control-Shift-T (Open Recently Closed Tabs in Chrome)
Control-Shift-N (Open a New Incognito Window) and Control-N (Open a new regular window)
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