If you have ever found yourself with too many tabs open in your web browser, you are not alone. While having too many tabs open in your browser may not seem like a big deal, it can have a significant impact on your productivity and overall browsing experience. When you have too many tabs open, it can be difficult to find the one you are looking for, your browser may start to lag, and you may even forget which tabs are open and which are not.
For the Opera browser, there is a tiny yet useful feature of Search in Tabs. What this does is let you search for tabs through their titles and the content.
Key benefits of using the Search in Tabs tool:
- Easy to access
- Quickly identifiable open tabs
- Search both the title and content of tabs
Using it is simple. When there are different tabs open, use the Ctrl+Space keyboard shortcut. It opens a tiny search window that is the Search in Tabs tool.
You can also access this feature from the Opera Menu. It then lets you search through tabs. You can use the tab titles and their content to search and highlight the specific tab.
It also shows you the recently closed tabs along with the ones that are currently open. To close a tab, click the X button next to it.
So when you have a lot of open tabs that make it difficult to see their titles or toggle through each of them, use the Search in Tabs feature to search and narrow down to the required tab.