The trouble with browser tabs is that it's way too easy to keep opening yet more of them. Before you know it, you have 50 open tabs and each of them is so small that there's no room in the top bar to show any of the title. So you don't know what each tab contains. So you have to keep clicking and alt-tabbing in order to get to the one you want.
If so, here's a neat extension for Firefox (there's also a Chrome version) that solves the problem. Turn your open tabs into rectangular notes on a page, which you can drag and rearrange as you wish. Stick with the web page title as the label for the note, or assign your own if you prefer. And when everything's the way you like it, save the session so you can return to it later with all the tabs right where you left them.
The extension is called Toby and it's free. You download it straight from your browser (Firefox or Chrome). You'll find relevant links at https://www.gettoby.com/ along with a short video that shows the product in action.
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