cmd+shift+a / ctrl+shift+a shortcut in chrome is underrated
So tabs, right. One of the worst ways to manage your browsing session right. It is always cluttered. Can't find what you want.
What if there were a way to quickly search and navigate them with a key binding.
I accidentally stumbled upon this key bind.
cmd+shift+a for macOS and
ctrl+shift+a for windows opens the “search tabs” menu. You can easily switch between open tabs. Now I can have more than 100 tabs open and still find the way around.
cmd+y to quickly search history.
Now pair this up with any “prevent duplicate tabs” extension. Now you have a “vim-like” buffer quick buffer navigation. Now I need to find a way to hide the chrome’s ugly tab bar.