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Are there any Google Chrome extensions that would allow you to copy the URLs of all open tabs into the clipboard, or even better, to send them to a new Gmail message?

My personal scenario is house hunting, opening many prospective places in separate tabs, and then wanting to send a message with all the links without copying and pasting each URL.

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In Google Chrome there is... Get opened tabs URLs

Hope it works ok!

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Get opened tabs URLs is definitely the right answer, but you won't need it if you use [Session Buddy][1] where you can click the extension's icon > Actions > Export. You can do that with or without saving the current session, or a previously saved or just closed session, etc. [1]:… – allanrockwell Jun 26 '11 at 4:46

With Firefox, there is the CopyAllURLs add-on which does exactly that.

copies and pastes all urls of open tabs inclusive history in structured and well defined form to and from clipboard.

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You can use this extension : Copy All URL for Google Chrome, you can copy all opened tabs URL to the clipboard, with many formats available :

  • raw text (url list)
  • HTML
  • JSON
  • Custom format

It can also paste multiple URL to open each URL into a new tab.

Copy All URL for Google Chrome

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Chrome, version 40 (without an extension):

NOTE: This method saves all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder, which can then be deleted.

  1. Press ctrl+shift+d on Windows or ⌘+shift+d on Mac to "Bookmark open pages".
  2. Type name of folder for bookmarked pages and press enter.
  3. Press ctrl+shift+o on Windows or ⌘+shift+o on Mac to open "Bookmark Manager" (pictured below).
  4. Select saved folder.
  5. Give focus to folder contents pane.
  6. Press ctrl+a on Windows or ⌘+a on Mac to select all bookmarks.
  7. Press ctrl+c on Windows or ⌘+c on Mac to copy all urls (and only urls).

Chrome version 40 "Bookmark Manager"

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This is actually brilliant, thanks for sharing. – zelanix Jan 9 at 13:08

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