Open Remote Tabs

Nowadays, there are many different browsers available. Sometimes we want or have to change between them because every browser has its advantages and disadvantages. Furthermore, at work, people often use a different browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) than at home (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox). Now, when coming home, there should be an easy way to re-open the tabs they had open at work or simply at a different location. Every modern browser allows to open many tabs. However, it is not easy to move these tabs from one browser to another. Challenge: <ul><li>Find an <strong>easy</strong> way to open tabs in the browser of your choice that you recently opened in another browser.</li><li>Choose at least <strong>two</strong> different browsers to work with.</li><li>This should also work when the remote browser is already closed.</li></ul>
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Tab Sync in Xmarks

You can use the browser extension Xmarks to open remote tabs from a different remote browser session.

You can download the browser extension here:

After installing the extension in all of your browsers you need to log in with your account. If you're not registered yet, you need to create an account. Use the Option "Open Remote Tabs" to see the tabs you opened in different browser sessions. You can now open either all tabs of a previous session by clicking on a browser icon or just certain tabs by clicking on them.

Note: "Remote Tabs" are only supported in these browsers:
Firefox, Internet Explorer and Chrome