Open multiple links with a selection July 30, 2013 by Q

It’s frustrating to open multiple links , especially when you are trying to search information for a paperwork (and you most likely open several tens of tabs) . So i will give you a really easy solution for  two major browsers : Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox .

Google Chrome

All you have to do is to go to your chrome store(access it from your google engine) and download the Linkclump extension. Here you have a link in case you don’t have enough time for searching . Add it to Chrome and you’ll be ready to use it . You’ll just have to select by pressing your right mouse button(this is the default shortcut key -> of course you can change it).

Below you have a quick tutorial on how to use Linkclump:

Linkclump features

– Action: choose to open links as new tabs, into a new window, copy to clipboard or saved to your bookmarks. You can setup multiple actions.

– Activation: choose how to activated the selection box using different mouse and key combinations (including shift/alt/ctrl).

– Smart Select: tries to select only the important links on the page. Turn off this option to open all selected links.

– Auto Scroll: the page will automatically scroll up/down to make it easier to select all the links at once.

– Filter Links: include/exclude links that contain certain words.

– Delay: set a delay between the opening/closing of each tab.

– OS Tested: works on windows, mac and linux operating systems.

Mozilla Firefox

In Firefox is just as easy as it is in Chrome . Add the extension Multi links  to Firefox , restart the browser and the default version has exactly the same functionality as the default  Linkclump. Below you have a video that recaps Linkclump and also it provides the instructions for using Multi links:

Enjoy !

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