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Chrome extension Search Plus (formerly FullSearch): Search Any Text String Across All Open Tabs In Chrome

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/01/11

Often while researching, I have a zillion pages open in Chrome. Mentally I have the right search texts in my head, but finding back the really relevant tabs can be a pain. That’s where the Chrome extension Search Plus comes in handy which used to be called FullSearch.

To quote a via FullSearch: Search Any Text String Across All Open Tabs In Chrome review :

The extension allows you to search for text in all open tabs at once, and shows a list of search results right in the pop-up. Moreover, clicking any of the results takes you to the particular tab with the highlighted text.

From the Search Plus extension page:

The Search Plus is a Chrome Extension App.

It helps to find the tabs you’re looking for from all opened tabs regardless of window, and you can manage the found tabs easily and quickly.

It works like a charm.
Highly recommended!

–jeroen

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2 Responses to “Chrome extension Search Plus (formerly FullSearch): Search Any Text String Across All Open Tabs In Chrome”

  1. François said

    Adopted!
    Thanks for pointing it out…

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