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Are there any extensions for Chrome that allow me to export all currently opened tabs as a text file, containing all the URLs of those tabs?

I don't necessarily need it to be a text file if there is another way that you can think of. My goal is to share the URLs with someone via email.

I'm currently using Session Manager to save my open tabs but it has no functionality to export them as described above.

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Grab y'all links allows you to copy all open tab links to the clipboard. Once copied, you can save it to a text file.

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TabsOutliner (a Chrome extension which display all currently open tabs and windows) can export not only flat tabs list to a usable text format (to a very usable saved HTML by saving the TO window through Ctrl-S, also to GoogleDoc or to Evernote or some other programs by drag & drop). But the exported data will contain the relations between the tabs (what was opened from what) and also the notes and all other marks which accompany the tabs in TabsOutliner.

A screenshot which shows the tabs list in Tabs Outliner and how the data from some window is exported to Google Doc (just by drag & drop from Tabs Outliner interface, it is possible to export all windows by one drag & drop gesture if drag the root node)

enter image description here (Same screenshot but in full res: http://i.imgur.com/UgwzDbh.png)


Declaimer - as seems there is some restrictions to promote own work, so i must note that i am the developer of this extension.

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How do you import the exported Tabs Outliner.htm file? –  Raj Mar 19 at 23:56
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There is one even better, There's an extension called Save & Email My Tabs Which lets you do exactly that. U just enter an email (yours in this case) and you get an URL that opens back all your tabs

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Note that if the only reason you're on this site is advertising an extension that (maybe) you developed, your account may be suspended for excessive self-promotion. So, if you're affiliated, please just say that, and try to help out otherwise as well. Thanks. –  slhck Mar 30 '12 at 8:10
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Ya i developed it but it's a better solution to the question. i don't see anything excessive about it as it's a relavent answer. But thanks for warning me any way :) –  eric.itzhak Mar 30 '12 at 13:53
    
Yeah, just mention it and that should be okay! –  slhck Mar 30 '12 at 14:48
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I created an extension Email All Tabs for that purpose - It let's you email the current tabs in your window. You can choose whether you just want the URL's or also the titles of each page. If a tab has a long URL, it will shorten it using goo.gl.

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If all you need are the domain - not the full url - simply copy Chromiums history: ctrl + h to open the history, copy the desired entries to a textfile.

I use this trick when I'm on different machines and don't have the time, patience or authority to install an extension.

Note that this doesn't work with full urls e. g. ChromeHistoryView in screenshot.

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Copy All Urls extension seem to be the most popular extension of those doing exclusively the copy/paste/export job (13,725 users at the time of writing).

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