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Best Tab Managers for Firefox in 2020

If you do your work in the browser, you could probably use a tab manager to help with tab overload. A good tab manager will help you organize your tabs, save the most important ones, and ultimately get your work done faster. Keep reading for our suggestions on the best Firefox tab managers and the easiest way in Firefox to save tabs.

If you work in both Chrome and Firefox, you might want to check out our list of the best tab managers for Chrome.

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Workona - Best Firefox tab manager for productivity

Workona is the most powerful tab manager on this list. It will help you manage tabs, organize projects, and bring together all of your work in the cloud.

As a tab manager for Firefox, Workona allows users to organize their tabs and reduce memory usage with built-in tab suspension. You won't need a separate extension like The Great Suspender if you're using Workona to suspend tabs. It also lets you organize your work by project, making it easier to stay focused. If you work in a team setting, it's easy to share your saved resources with those who need access, making Workona an excellent tool to onboard new employees and collaborate with remote teams.

Workona is new to the Firefox store, but has a 4.8 rating on the Chrome Web Store. You can add Workona to Firefox here.

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Auto Tab Discard - Best Firefox tab manager for reducing memory

Auto Tab Discard automatically discards tabs in the background after a user-defined interval and suspends them so that they’re not using up any system resources. They will, however, remain visible in your browser window. Auto Tab Discard has a 4.4 rating on the Firefox Add-ons store.

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Tab Center Redux - Best Firefox tab manager for simple tab management

Tab Center Redux is ideal if you’re looking for a simple and straightforward tab manager. Tab Center Redux features a vertical listing of your tabs on the left side of your browser window, allowing you to organize your work from there. Tab Center Redux doesn’t give you the ability to group your tabs by project, but if all you need is a visible list of tabs, it’ll work well. Tab Center Redux has a 4.4 rating on the Firefox Add-ons store.

OneTab - Best Firefox tab manager for quick tab maintenance

OneTab is a good option if your primary goal is a one-time cleanup of your tabs. (If you plan to interact with those cleaned-up tabs throughout the day, we don’t recommend OneTab.) It will close all your open tabs in your current Chrome window and save them in a tab group that can be restored later in one action. But be warned: if something goes wrong, OneTab’s customer support is known to be unresponsive. OneTab has a 4.2 rating on the Firefox Add-ons store.

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FoxyTab - Best Firefox tab manager for a curated experience

If you like to customize your experience when managing tabs, FoxyTab is a good option. It adds a collection of tab-related actions that you can use in Firefox—for example, sorting tabs by URL, merging windows, and duplicating tabs, just to name a few. With all of these options, FoxyTab works well if you want limitless customization options. FoxyTab has a 4.6 rating on the Firefox Add-ons store.

Let us know if you have suggestions for our list of best Firefox tab managers.