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Is it possible to store multiple links under one bookmark and put it at my Bookmarks Toolbar, so the links under it will open simultaneously in their respective tabs each time I click it?


  • I visit several Stack Exchange sites and I want to store them all under one bookmark to open them easily and check what's new.
  • I participating in several forums and I want to open their new posts pages at once.

The workaround I found so far is to create a folder for each group I want and click the Open All in Tabs item at the bottom of it. I am seeking something more elegant and faster than opening menu and selecting an option.

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You can store all your bookmarks in one folder then simply Middle Click (or Control-click if your on a laptop). This opens all of the links in the folder at the same time.

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You're my hero! Thanks muchly!!! – Saxtus Nov 3 '10 at 6:10

You can use LinkBunch to put multiple links into one small link. Then you can save this small link as a bookmark. When you click on "Open entire bunch" in the coming page, all your links will be opened.

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Somehow this requires more steps than my workaround I am afraid, as I am required to first open a web page and then click a link instead of opening a menu and clicking an option. – Saxtus Nov 3 '10 at 6:09

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