Tab Grouper for Chrome
More About Tab Grouper
tabs that match a given URL pattern. You create rules for each website saying
which URL pattern to match, the name of the tab group, and optionally a color,
and the extension will add matching websites to the appropriate tab groups as
you browse to them. For example, you could have all jira tickets in a single
group, all amazon pages in another, and all google search results in another.
For more details, see https://github.com/mivok/tabgrouper/blob/master/README.md
Q: Why do you need the "Can read your browsing history" (or "tabs") permission?
A: As you browse, the extension reads the addresses of the sites you, matching them against the rules you write, automatically grouping tabs based on those rules. The extension does not store nor transmit your browsing history anywhere.
Q: Why do you need the "View and manage your tab groups" permission?
A: The purpose of this extension is to automatically manage your tab groups for you, and so this permission is needed for the extension to work.