Sleipnir 3 for Mac (3.8) released! “bind related tabs” function perfect for anyone who opens links in new tabs added!category : for Windows, Sleipnir 4
Today, Sleipnir 3 for Mac has been updated. In the latest version 3.8, a new function to display related tabs together on the tab has been added!
When links are opened, they are joined with their parent so finding related tabs becomes extremely clear! It may seem a little basic, but it’s a function you won’t want to be without once you try it out.
Also, support for the 4 inch display of iPhone 5 has been added to the following:
Bind related tabs
Have you ever found that you are in the middle of checking something when you decide to open a link shared on Facebook, and then you find that can not remember what tabs were the results you checked for?
Because most people open lots of different kinds of links based on what they are browsing, searching for tabs later can be real trouble when tabs for different purposes get mixed together.
In order so that does not happen, you might often find yourself aligning tabs left and right, and viewing and closing tabs in order…but don’t you just want tabs to open automatically based on the purpose?
In the latest version of Sleipnir, when you open a link in a new tab, it is bound with related tabs.
Links opened as tabs appear bound together.
Tabs opened from one side in search results also appear the same.
Move related tabs
It’s not just about binding automatically. You can move tabs manually after opening them too. All you have to do is drag!
View related tabs by relation
Even if the amount of related tabs increase and extend to the side, there is nothing to worry about. Just press the option key twice. Yes, TiledTab!
Close related tabs in one shot
If you have finished checking everything, or you have read through all the links, what do you do? Close all related tabs in one shot, that’s what.
This is possible in TiledTab too. Once you have finished with everything, close everything by purpose at a time.
Using the close button is also OK! Simple.
So, what do you think? “Related tabs” recommended for all those people who open links in new tabs. Give it a go.