How to Bookmark All Tabs in Google Chrome
You can bookmark all currently open web pages in Google Chrome and we will demonstrate how to do that in this tutorial.
If you have multiple web pages open at the same time and you want to bookmark them all, you can easily do that by one of the ways explained below.
Ctrl + Shift + D
You can bookmark all open tabs in Google Chrome by pressing Ctrl + Shift + D keys simultaneously. This will open the Bookmark all tabs popup window asking you to select a location to place the bookmarks. You can create a new folder or select an existing one.
This keyboard shortcut will work only if you have multiple tabs open.
Right Click on a Tab Title Bar
You can bookmark all open tabs by right clicking on a tab title bar (it doesn't have to be the active tab) and selecting Bookmark all pages... from the menu. This will open the Bookmark all tabs popup window shown above.
You can then place the bookmarks in a folder of your choice.
Alternatively, you can bookmark all open web pages using the Bookmarks option in the customization menu.
Click the Customize and control Google Chrome button on the upper right corner just below the close button.
Hover the cursor over Bookmarks option and bookmarks submenu will appear. On that menu, you can click Bookmark open pages... option to bookmark all the pages.
This will open the Bookmark all tabs popup window and once you select a folder, the bookmarks will be placed.
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