Best Tab Manager Extensions for Chrome in 2021
The "best" tab manager depends on who you are
We tested the best Chrome tab manager extensions so you don’t have to. From professional tab managers that are built for work, to simple solutions for the casual tab hoarder, we've tried them all. If you find yourself with dozens of tabs open, these tab managers — also known as session managers — will get things under control.
If you also use Firefox, check out our list of the best tab managers for Firefox →
Best tab manager extension for:
Workona - Best tab manager for productivity
If you do most of your work in Chrome, Workona will improve your productivity and help you keep all of your projects and tabs organized.
Just save a window and give it a name so you can come back to it whenever you’re ready to work on that project again. Being able to open a window with just the tabs you need for the project at hand will help you stay focused and feel less overwhelmed.
Workona also auto-saves your tabs, so you never have to worry about losing your work.
Tab Snooze - Best tab manager for snoozing tabs
If you tend to use tabs as a to-do list, you’ll love the Tab Snooze extension. From any tab, simply click the moon icon and pick a time that you want to snooze a tab. The tab will temporarily shut and reopen itself for whenever you’ve set the snooze timer.
Tab Snooze can be paired with Workona so you can take full control of your tabs in Chrome.
Session Buddy - Best tab manager for session management
If you want to save entire Chrome sessions and recover them later, Session Buddy is a good tool for the job. The way it works is pretty simple: If you have three windows open with a few tabs in each, you can save the entire session in Session Buddy and reopen all three windows later on.
For more details on Session Buddy, see our in-depth review →
TooManyTabs - Best tab manager for previewing tabs
TooManyTabs gives users a handy preview of each of their open tabs to help them find what they’re looking for. In addition to tab previews, TooManyTabs also has a feature that allows you to suspend tabs and reopen them later.
OneTab - Best tab manager for quick cleanup
If you’re the type of person who needs to periodically put all the files on your desktop in a folder called Desktop, you’ll probably like the OneTab extension. With the click of a button, OneTab will close all your open tabs in your current Chrome window and save them in a tab group that you can restore later.
For more details on OneTab, check out our full review →
The Great Suspender - Best tab manager for saving memory
UPDATE: The Great Suspender is no longer available
The Great Suspender has been disabled due to malware. See this article for more information →
If you’re simply looking for a tab suspender for Chrome, it’s hard to beat The Great Suspender extension. Chrome has earned itself a reputation as a memory hog, so it’s nice to be able to keep your tabs right where they are without using as much memory. You can set tabs to auto-suspend after a period of time or you can manually suspend them. If you want tab suspension along with tab management, try Workona.