Tab Overflow

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On a typical day, you might be working on multiple things at once. You could be working on a story, helping with a support task or preparing a presentation. If you’re anything like me, these things take up lots of tabs in your browser.

I’ve always used bookmarks to keep track of the multiple things I need to do. After stumbling across a productivity video about Chrome Extensions, I installed Workona.

The idea is that you can organise your tasks into workspaces. Then, you can assign tabs to those workspaces. When you open up a particular workspace, it only shows the tabs for that workspace and keeps the rest hidden away.

Switching between workspaces in Workona

I’ve been using it for about a month now and it’s greatly improved my productivity. I feel more organised too. Sure, it takes a bit more effort to create workspaces and assign tabs, but it pays off. I can easily switch context between tasks, without having to hunt for bookmarks. The best part is that it saves your tabs in the cloud, so you can pickup where you left off on another machine. Check it out here.