Session Pal for the Mac: Remember Safari tabs for later use

The free Mac app called Session Pal serves as a plug-in in the Safari web browser and helps to save existing sessions. This eliminates the need to create favorites or bookmarks, as all open tabs are saved for later use with just a few clicks. So if something comes up while researching, looking for a hotel, shopping online or using the Internet in any other way, it is no longer a problem. Individual sessions can also be saved separately and stored in folders. Work, hotel search, instructions for the handicraft project or completely different information - everything can be stored clearly.

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Session Pal is a free Safari extension that allows you to remember multiple open websites with just a few clicks and save them for a later session.

Session Pal is a free Safari extension that allows you to remember multiple open websites with just a few clicks and save them for a later session.

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Session Pal - Features of the Safari Extension

Session Pal appears as an icon next to the address bar in your Safari browser on the Mac. If you have to switch off, restart or update your Apple computer while researching, you can save the open Safari tabs using the same icon with just a few clicks. They are then saved as a list in a folder that is named by default with the date of the Safari session. You can also change the name according to the content - in work, vacation, article XYZ, shopping, birthday ABC and so on. So you always know where which tabs are. They can then be opened again later with one click.

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The Session Pal Safari extension also offers an import / export function. With this, sessions can be transmitted to or received from other users. So if you want or have to submit a project, want to show your source collection to someone or show different products for comparison without having to send the individual links, then the share function will certainly pay off. And last but not least, there is also a search function. So if you ever lose the overview or do not want to open all tabs, but only a certain one, then you can simply search for the corresponding keywords. Session Pal is 14MB and works fine macOS 10.12.2 under 64-bit processors.

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