Since the release of collections of add-ons for Firefox, it seems like everywhere I turn I see somebody else offering ways to bring things together (although I am sure Opera would say they did it first). With that in mind though, I would like to introduce you to Cluster Tabs. This add-on for Firefox will let you easily cluster web pages together for easier sharing and saving.
Creating your own tab cluster is easy to do. Once you have installed the extension for Firefox, all you need to do is:
- Use the Cluster Tab button to create one from the current active tab
- Click the "+" icon on any tab and select ‘create cluster from tab’
- Alternatively simply drag one tab into another
Be sure to check out the ClusterURL.com about page to find out the other two ways you can cluster your tabs together. Want to see what a cluster looks like?
Overall, very excited to see what all they do with this in the future. It is a very interesting idea – and the human aspect of it is something I really think has a good chance of taking off. You can pickup the Cluster Tabs add-on yourself from the Mozilla Add-ons site or get more information about the project from ClusterURL.com.