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I'm using Google Chrome on my work but at home I use Vivaldi. I really miss a feature there: you can drag a tab to the bookmarks in order to save it.

However, Google Chrome only creates a new window if its dragged which is very annoying, so, is there a way to do this behavior? (natively or via extension)

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I found the solution:

You can't drag the tab directly to the bookmarks but if you drag the URL bar it works perfectly!

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    For me it's not the bar, it's the text in the bar, but your hint helped my very very much. I may call this bad design by Chrome...
    – BlackEye
    Commented Sep 5, 2022 at 11:14
  • When I've tested lately, dragging on the text doesn't work, but I can drag the lock icon to the left of the URL down into the bookmark bar (or into any bookmark folder that's on the bar).
    – ahouse101
    Commented Sep 1, 2023 at 18:06

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