We have taken a look at a basic Google Chrome session manager back in January which made it possible to save Chrome sessions, that is information about the open websites in the web browser, so that they could be opened again at a later time. Sessions are very handy to save work at a current stage with the prospect to continue working at the same point at a later point in time.
Session Buddy is another Chrome session manager that offers a better manageability of sessions. The extension places an icon in the Chrome address bar after installation.
A left-click on that icon displays information about the current session. Information include the title and (optional) url of each open tab in the browser window. That session can be saved with just a click. It is optionally possible to enter a name for the session to be able to identify it easier at a later time.
Next to the save button is the restore button that cna be used to restore the currently displayed session. Clicking the button will restore the session in a new browser window. Advanced restore options are displayed as well to restore the session for instance into the same browser window.
The same screen contains a list of actions and saved sessions on the right. The actions can be used to update the snapshot session, save the current session to a new session, view the current session, import a session or open the options of the program.
Session Buddy offers better session management than Session Manager does. Chrome users who would like to give the extension a try can download it from the official Chrome extension repository.
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