Extended Tab Management
robert.rehammar last edited by Pesala
It is great that Vivaldi (as the only browser more or less) support a reasonable sophisticated tab management system . However, much more could be implemented. Some suggestions:
- Possibility to rename any tab - it is much easier for me to find my way along all tabs if I can give them more appropriate names.
- Possibility to set the preview "icon" of each tab to an image of my liking instead of the miniature webpage that is the now default.
- Possibility to have complete hierarchies of tabs, directories in directories. The is good e.g. for sub-projects of projects.
- Possibility to align tabs next to each other. In principle one could take much influence from tiling window managers for X such as i3.
- Possibility to control how a tab should behave. Thus, a tab should not only be a random holder of some web-page, but I want to be able to fix a particular tab to some webservice, e.g. gmail or some internal domain of my company. From this I want to be able to control what should happen when I follow a link outside of the "domain" of that tab. E.g. open the link in another designated tab (e.g. one that could be set to tile next to this one according to the previous point), or open in a new tab. Or some other behavior.
- Tab sharing. If you could implement so that I could share a tab group with some colleagues that would be great! Real time sharing would be the most cool thing. If we run a project together, it would be great if we could share a tab stack for that project so that I can see any update my friend is making. If this is too tricky, just being able to email a tab stack to a friend could go a long way.
There are for sure more that could be done with tab management and I think it has a huge potential for productivity improvement, at least for me.