Firefox has a feature where it can restore your “session” if the program crashes. On restart, Firefox opens all of the tabs that were previously open and reloads all of the URLs you were looking at. I wonder…does Firefox have a “Save session” option that outputs to a file that one could share? Context: I’m pulling up a bunch of reference links for a new hire, thinking it would be great to send him a snapshot of my browser state.

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  1. Two links for you:

    A post from lifehacker.com which discusses saving and loading multiple bookmarks in tabs; http://lifehacker.com/software/tabbed-browsing/how-to-work-with-groups-of-tabs-in-firefox-246643.php

    There are a number of Ffx extensions that help with session management. This is something I’ve consider but haven’t tried yet — there are times where I want to restart ffx and save my session w/o a crash. Let me know if you have luck with any of these https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search?q=session&status=4

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