Working with multiple windows in Firefox or other browser is always an uncomfortable task. The task to move tabs from one window to another is another thing that is difficult. We need to drag tabs one by one and drop them to another window to make those tabs a part of another window. However, there exist some simple and meaningful add-ons that help users to provide those features that are not supported natively by browsers. So if you use Firefox browser and have to merge windows or I say all tabs of opened windows in a single window, then here is a simple Firefox add-on that can make this task very simple. The name of this add-on is “Merge Windows“.
This Firefox add-on lets you merge all opened windows in Firefox browser. So all the tabs that are opened in other windows will become a part of the active window. Merging windows can be done in just two mouse clicks using this very simple add-on.
If you have opened same tabs in two windows, then those tabs are also visible separately.
This recording above must have cleared how you can take the help of this Firefox add-on.
As it is visible in the recording, this add-on comes with ‘Merge all windows‘ right-click context menu option.
Just go to a particular window, right-click on an empty area and use its context menu option. The add-on immediately moves tabs of other background windows and merge those tabs in the active window.
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This add-on doesn’t work for private windows. So excluding private windows, tabs of other opened windows can be merged successfully using this add-on.
This is all about this add-on. It doesn’t come with any hotkey support, that would actually be a good feature. Still, this Merge Windows add-on is quite good as it does exactly what it is built for and lets you merge windows or simply tabs of all opened windows in a single window.