Continuing on the “tabs in Chrome” theme comes Toby.
Toby is another way to organize, save, and sync your tabs in Google Chrome. As I played with it, I felt like I was working with my Chrome books, but Toby works better than that.
By replacing the new tab window, Toby shows you your open and saved tabs, and recommends some organization for them. By default, Toby creates a Follow up today and Check Out Later folder.
Your tabs can be synced to Google Drive, and then you’ll have access to your saved tabs from other Chrome browsers. It’s great for tabs that you don’t really need to bookmark, but still need to access temporarily.
And Toby is not a stupid name for a cricket.
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