@mib2berlin Grouping by site would be nice (and probably easier to do) but wouldn't solve the dupes matter. I already upvoted that. This is more a group by heuristic/url proximity. Nice, but unsure how hard can be in reality 😃
@stardepp Use a Command Chain. This is the procedure for the benefit of less experienced users:
Settings, Quick Commands, Command Chains, +
Command 1 = Delete Browsing Data
Customise Toolbars, Drag Command Chain to the Address Bar or Status Bar
Settings, Themes, Editor, Icons, Current Theme Icons
Select the new Delete Browsing Data Command Chain
Browse Windows Explorer for a suitable icon
Drag and Drop to replace the default icon
@Pesala I meant All Tabs in current window. Basically it would be the same as right-click on a tab or on the "+" button and Bookmark All Tabs, but having a shortcut specifically for that action... Having that option in Quick Commands would be really useful as well.
Also, when selecting Bookmark All Tabs, we don't have the option to choose where we want to save the folder that was created with all the tabs on that window we've just bookmarked.
When bookmarking a single tab when we click on "Added Bookmark" on the address bar, it gives us the option to choose the folder where that bookmark is going to be saved.
It would be great if Bookmark All Tabs worked just like Bookmarking a single tab.
The Bookmark Selected Tabs you talked about is also a good workaround, but just like the Bookmark All Tabs options it doesn't let you choose the location.