How Vivaldi Tab Browsing Improve My Productivity



  • Vivaldi impressed me with its ability to display web pages that I opened in a neat tabular arrangement. This is called tiled tab browsing. I like this because I can see several web pages at once without having to bother moving tabs to do my activities.

    And what makes this feature so cool is ... I can still use my web panel to view and use even more web pages at once.

    Read about how to upload Instagram photos using Web Panel here.

    By applying tab browsing, I don't have to worry about closing web pages that I'm using by accident because everything is arranged neatly in the web tabs that I built before. I do have a habit of closing the web tabs to conserve on RAM, and oftentimes this habit results in the page I'm reading closed.

    Let's check the video of how I use tab browsing below:

    You can see how easy and useful tab browsing is when applied (correctly*).

    The Hotkeys are:

    • For tiling the tabs in a grid view. Cmd F7
    • For tiling the tabs horizontally Cmd F8.
    • For tiling the tabs verticallyCmd F9.
    • For untiling the tabs Cmd F6.

    As I've mentioned above, we can still make use of the web panels (Cmd+Opt+P) while using the tabs, and it increases our productivity even more.

    Why Do I Need It

    I have a habit of computing that I always do every day, namely:
    Opening Chrome, then opening these following pages:

    My blog, Google Translate, Google Trends, AdWords, AdSense and Gmail. And that's just the "most use" I mentioned, not to mention a few other pages.

    Of course, I've done efficiency by making Chrome automatically open those pages as you can read "the how-to" here.

    But then I imagined how cool if I actually can see all those pages at once, is not it?

    Get to know more about Vivaldi on their forum.

    *sometimes the tabs won't refresh itself when we grouped too many tabs at once.


 

Looks like your connection to Vivaldi Forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.