Guide: Open all your websites in 2 clicks
Hello! Today I wanted to share with you a neat trick I found.
So are you tired of having to bring up all your many language-related websites one by one? With this guide you can do it in just two clicks! Please note: this guide was made for Google Chrome, and may not work on other browsers. Edit: added info for Microsoft Edge.
First off, click on the bookmarks tab on the right side of the search bar:
Next you need to click the "Edit" button.
This will bring up a popup. Click "new folder."
Name this folder whatever you want. Now go to all your websites, open up the bookmarks tab, and when it asks for what folder you want to put it in, put them in the one you just made.
Now, when you first start up Chrome, there should be a folder under the search bar, click it and it will bring up a list of all your websites. Right click it and hit the "open all bookmarks" button to bring all your sites up at once.
Ta-da! Like magic. Of course, this will take a bit longer to load, but it should save you time in the long run. Thanks for reading this tutorial, and leave any questions below!
Edit: Here is how to do it in Microsoft Edge.
The process is essentially the same, but the folders are located in a different place.
What you can also do, is put all your links in one folder like you are saying, then center click (if your mouse/OS supports it).
You can open all your tabs in one click.