Unofficial community-made Google Chrome browser extensions keep pouring in. I just came across the Session Saver extension which brings session saving and managing to Google Chrome. The Chrome extension is said to work in Google Chrome 3 and Google Chrome 4 dev builds.
The developer twinsen says Session Saver extension version 0.15 is compatible to Chrome 3 dev version 184.108.40.206 and Chrome 4 dev version 220.127.116.11 and it has the following features;
- Saves all tab urls for all chrome windows.
- Saves multiple sessions with custom names.
- Loads all urls from saved session to current window in new tabs.
- Can view all urls to copy/paste from.
- Can save tabs just for current window.
- Can close saved tabs.
After installing the extension (you have to enable extensions with --enable-plugins), you’ll find a “floppy disk icon” on the status bar on which you’ll have to click to save your browsing sessions
All previously saved browsing sessions are displayed in a drop-down list in the Session Saver windows.
A click on the ShowUrls button brings up a Session Url Viewer window that displays a list of all saved sessions and their URLs
For better management of your Google Chrome extension, try the windows-only command line /graphical Google Chrome Extensions Manager