In each workspace, right-click on a tab or the tab bar and choose "save all tabs as a speed dial folder". Then, on the start page, edit the folder's name to match the name of the workspace. Then, on the opera://bookmarks page, export your bookmarks. Then, in the new Opera, import your bookmarks and create the workspaces you want. Then, select a workspace, open the start page in it, right-click on the corresponding workspace folder you created and choose "Open all in tabs". Repeat for the other work spaces.
For another way, you could create those speed dial folders and use Opera Sync to sync settings and bookmarks and then open the speed dial folders in each workspace. (Not sure if syncing open tabs honors workspaces yet.)
Another way would be to copy your profile folder (see opera://about for the location) to the new computer before installing Opera on the new computer. Then, lots of things will just carry over. Passwords and extensions won't, but your tabs and workspaces might. Sync can sync passwords too if you want. Or, if you want, you can export them and import them into the new Opera.
@samis10 It really is a good ideas friend, since the option to make Clik right and go to the option to move tab to the board takes longer than the suggestion you provided. I did a test with your suggestion, and I think it's more like dragging the lashes to a workgroup. I hope you'll be incorporated soon.
I fully agree with this idea.
I would like to add cookie / websote data isolation between the workspaces (like containers). We can choose what all gets to go across and what does not. It would make it easier to have your professional Google account open in one workspace and the personal one in another but your accounts for other services like Spotify, Netflix, Reddit (user selected wesbites) are allowed cross workspaces.
@phoenlix I believe workspace feature and my flow are both still can be develop to something more. maybe they opera developers make them work together or something. I don't know. but for now both features are really cool but they are very unfinished in terms of functionality. I would also like to see some auto-tab-hibernation feature...
FML, I just looked at my original message and I guess there's nothing new in this one
I don't know how many times I've had 2-4 instances of Opera running with 5-10+ tabs in each and then
I would close one by accident. Grrr. I think for that reason alone I'm really going to like Workspaces.
I did notice some lag time restarting Opera. I'll see how it goes now.