Apr 10 2019 05:49 PM
Apr 10 2019 05:49 PM
I just downloaded Canary. I used Dev Channel for a couple days, but I'm jumping in with both feet! Will we be able to set aside tabs soon? Another option would be to have various configurations, for web pages that are opened frequently as a group.
Jun 18 2019 09:26 AM
Jun 18 2019 10:59 AM
Jun 18 2019 12:21 PM - edited Jun 18 2019 12:25 PM
I understand that you had been referring to Favorites folders, and that's actually very helpful! Thanks! I also figured that it's very early in development and that Tab Groups probably is a ways from full implementation. Can you give us a little teaser on what they're going to be? Will we be able, for example, to name the groups based on their function? Will we be able to open groups individually, or, say, one group in one Edge window and another group in another window?
Thanks very much for all you and the other team members are doing, and for the amount of input you're taking from us!!
Nov 30 2019 07:39 AM
Whilst i understand why people liked set tabs aside (I did too!) now that we can create one or more collections, I find that this, for me, eradicates the need for setting tabs aside and in fact adds much more functionality in each collection: Open all; add notes; sharing; etc.
Nov 30 2019 06:44 PM
I don't think Collections will work for what I wanted set-aside tabs for. I had groups of tabs for different functions. For instance, when I operate my ham radio as net control station, I have close to 10 tabs open just for that function, because I use those sites all the time when I'm doing that. I see collections as more of a research thing. I could be wrong, as I've never used it, because its description seemed to indicate that.
I have found a workaround, though, although it's a bit of a kludge. I set up a separate profile for that function, and pinned the icon for that profile on the taskbar. So, all I have to do is click on that icon and it opens to that set of tabs. It works, even though I don't have a Microsoft account for that profile.
Does that make any sense? It looks a bit of a ramble to me. :nerd_face:
Mar 22 2020 07:18 PM