Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10  

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

    How to Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10
    Published by Category: Browsers & Email
    25 May 2018
    Designer Media Ltd

    How to Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10


    Microsoft Edge is a new web browser that is available across the Windows 10 device family. It is designed for Windows 10 to be faster, safer, and compatible with the modern Web.

    Starting with Windows 10 build 15002, you can set aside groups of tabs to save them for later viewing. The tabs you've set aside will remain set aside until you either restore or remove them, even after closing Microsoft Edge or signing out of Windows 10.

    Starting with Windows 10 build 17677, it is easier to organize the groups of tabs you’ve set aside by now allowing you to rename them, so you can remember what’s in each group when come back to it later.

    This tutorial will show you how to set tabs aside, restore tabs set aside, and remove tabs set aside in Microsoft Edge for your account in Windows 10.


     CONTENTS:

    • Option One: To Set Tabs Aside in Microsoft Edge
    • Option Two: To Restore Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge
    • Option Three: To Remove Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge
    • Option Four: To Add Tabs You've Set Aside to Favorites in Microsoft Edge
    • Option Five: To Share Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge





    OPTION ONE

    To Set Tabs Aside in Microsoft Edge


    1. While you have the tab(s) open you want to set aside, click/tap on the Set these tabs aside Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-set_these_tabs_aside.png button. (see screenshot below)

    All currently opened tabs will be set aside in a group.

    If you set aside more tabs afterwards, they will be set aside in a separate group
    .

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-set_tabs_aside_in_microsoft_edge.png

    2. The tabs you've set aside will now be available to restore (open) later.

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-tabs_youve_set_aside.jpg

    3. If you like, you can rename these groups of tabs.






    OPTION TWO

    To Restore Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge



    When you restore tabs you've set aside, your currently opened tabs will still remain open.

    Any tab(s) you restore will be removed from being set aside.

    1. While in Microsoft Edge, click/tap on the Tabs you've set aside Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-tabs_youve_set_aside.png button. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-see_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg

    2. Do step 3 (all tabs) or step 4 (single tab) below for how you would like to restore tabs you've set aside.


     3. To Restore All Tabs Set Aside in a Group

    A) Click/tap on the Restore tabs link in the group of tabs you want to restore. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-restore_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg


     4. To Restore Single Tab Set Aside in any Group

    A) Click/tap on a tab in any group you want to restore. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-restore_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge-2.jpg






    OPTION THREE

    To Remove Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge


    1. While in Microsoft Edge, click/tap on the Tabs you've set aside Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-tabs_youve_set_aside.png button. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-see_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg

    2. Do step 3 (all tabs) or step 4 (single tab) below for how you would like to remove tabs you've set aside.


     3. To Remove All Tabs Set Aside in a Group

    A) Click/tap on the Remove these tabs X button to the right of the group of tabs you want to remove. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-remove_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg


     4. To Remove Single Tab Set Aside in any Group

    A) Hover over a tab you want to remove in any group, and click/tap on the red X at the bottom of the tab. (see top screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-remove_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge-2.jpg

    OR

    B) Right click or press and hold on the tab you want to remove in any group, and click/tap on Remove. (see top screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-remove_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge-3.jpg






    OPTION FOUR

    To Add Tabs You've Set Aside to Favorites in Microsoft Edge


    1. While in Microsoft Edge, click/tap on the Tabs you've set aside Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-tabs_youve_set_aside.png button. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-see_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg

    2. Click/tap on the More Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-more.png button to the right of the group of tabs you want to add to your favorites. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-add_tabs_set_aside_to_favorites_in_microsoft_edge-1.jpg

    3. Click/tap on Add tabs to favorites. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-add_tabs_set_aside_to_favorites_in_microsoft_edge-2.jpg





    OPTION FIVE

    To Share Tabs You've Set Aside in Microsoft Edge


    1. While in Microsoft Edge, click/tap on the Tabs you've set aside Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-tabs_youve_set_aside.png button. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-see_tabs_set_aside_in_microsoft_edge.jpg

    2. Click/tap on the More Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-more.png button to the right of the group of tabs you want to add to your favorites. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-add_tabs_set_aside_to_favorites_in_microsoft_edge-1.jpg

    3. Click/tap on Share tabs. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-edge_share_tabs-1.jpg

    4. Select an app to share (ex: Mail) your tabs with. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-edge_share_tabs-2.jpg

    5. Fill out any addition information and follow any addition steps in the selected app (ex: Mail) to share the tabs. (see screenshot below)

    Set Aside Groups of Tabs in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10-edge_share_tabs-3.jpg


    That's it,
    Shawn






  1. Posts : 2
    windows 10 64bit
       #1

    how to is disable this?
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  2. Posts : 69,281
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #2

    Hello jekko, and welcome to Ten Forums. :)

    I'm afraid that I haven't found a way to disable this feature other than not using it.
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  3. Posts : 2
    windows 10 64bit
       #3

    ty for the reply brink.. I think this is probably the best option :) preferred my pinned tabs in the corner, ty ms
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  4. Posts : 69,281
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
    Thread Starter
       #4
      My Computers


 

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