Select multiple tabs with shift
rocketsturgeon last edited by
I've almost completed the move from chrome without looking back, but there's one feature that's killing me. In Chrome, you can click on a tab, hold shift and click on other tabs to select multiple. These tabs can be closed together with (⌘+w) without closing the entire window. The multi-selected tabs can also be dragged, intuitively creating a new window. My apologies if this feature is already available. Thank you for your consideration.
slausage last edited by
I have not been able to find this feature in Opera, either. This missing feature combined with a couple of other minor annoyances are keeping me from making Opera my main browser
zangetsux7 last edited by
I think this would be nice... maybe not with Shift as this actually closes the tabs, but Ctrl seems more intuitive.
juttaduncan last edited by
Would like this as well. Is there a place to submit feature requests?
rudrick last edited by
Shift + click closes tab so be careful.
And not there seems no way to select with ctrl.
I cant believe this is missing from Opera?
Multi select tabs would ease making split screen layout (with windows) until Opera get's a similar split screen feature as Vivaldi has.
e97 last edited by
+1 to shift + click to select multiple tabs.
karlik last edited by
This is one of the last things thats keeping me from fully moving from Chrome. I like to keep my windows separated by "category" (work, fun, ..) and moving them one by one is not really effective.