Snoozing tabs has a lot of benefits and can go a long way in improving your productivity while browsing.
In this tutorial, we mention how to snooze popular browsers.
So, let proceed and learn how to first snooze tabs in Firefox.
Snooze Firefox Tabs And View Them Later
Snooze tabs feature can be enabled via a special add-on. Go to SnoozeTabs from Firefox and install it.
Once the Snooze tabs add-on is installed and enabled then you will see a Bell icon at the top right of Firefox browser.
Now, whenever you wish to close a tab but want to view it later at a suitable time then click on the bell icon. Select the desired time of viewing the web page later.
The options available are viewing it later in the day, next day, next week, next month, next time you open the Firefox browser or even select a specific date and time.
As soon as you select the desired option, that particular tab will be closed automatically. It will reopen automatically at the time you chose above.
Oops, did you snooze a web page accidentally? No problem. It is possible to delete snoozed tabs by going to Manage Snoozed tabs and hovering over the tab you wish to delete.
Another useful trick to improve the productivity while working in Firefox is to change its theme, background, and colors to your liking. Here’s how to do it.
Snooze Chrome Tabs
To be able to snooze tabs on Chrome browser you need to add the Tab Snooze extension from the following link.
Personally, I feel that this plugin is among the best Chrome extensions.
Once you have installed the extension you are all set.
There will be a crescent moon icon added at the top in Chrome browser. It is the icon of Tab Snooze extension.
Whenever you wish to close the tab now but wish to view it later, Snooze it. Click on the half-moon icon when you are on the desired tab or press Alt+s on the keyboard. Select the desired time for viewing later. There are a good number of options offered.
You can choose to view it later today, tomorrow, next week, in a month or even pick a specific date and time by clicking on Pick Date.
As soon as you click on the desired time, the web page will be closed. Now, depending on the time you chose you will be reminded by a notification to view it.
If you wish to change the time intervals of the options presented then click on the Settings(gear icon) at the bottom of the extension menu.
Under Snooze times you can set the desired time intervals.
You can see all the snoozed tabs at one place by clicking on Snoozed tabs at the bottom of the Menu which appears on clicking the extension icon.
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Why Snooze Tabs And How Is It Useful?
While surfing the internet you might come across web pages with useful content. But you can read them at that point in time as you are working on another important task. The options you have here are pretty less. Either you can keep them open and let them deviate you from the task at hand, as opening a lot of tabs will most probably make you miss the important ones. Another option is to close them and never find them later or at least kill some time of yours in finding it again.
Either you can keep them open and let them deviate you from the task at hand, as opening a lot of tabs will most probably make you miss the important ones. Another option is to close them and never find them later or at least kill some time of yours in finding it again.
Thinking of bookmarking it? Think again. The websites which you might have bookmarked to visit frequently will be hard to spot with increasing bookmarks. To deal with this you will have to delete these bookmarked web pages.
To overcome all these shortcomings, Snooze is here to help you. With Snooze, you can close tabs at that particular time and they will reopen at the selected time for viewing later.
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