Safari > mail link to multiple tabs

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  1. tonyburkhart macrumors regular

    tonyburkhart

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    I have searched and haven't found anything... so either I fail at search or nobody has ever asked this question. I'm leaning towards the fail :)

    Anyways, it should be simple to setup, if it isn't already a feature or shortcut.

    QUESTION :

    Is there a way to mail a link/links to all tabs that are open?

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    I already use the shift-command-I shortcut for mailing a link to the current page.

    BUT

    I find that at times when I'm doing searches for family or friends and want to send them multiple links in one email I always have to copy, paste, copy, paste, etc.

    Ideally I would like to do this without an add-on. I would like to set a shortcut or add it in programming.

    Thanks in advance :apple:
     
  2. tonyburkhart thread starter macrumors regular

    tonyburkhart

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    One thing to add, if it is of any consequence or not...

    When I am looking at the multiple tabs, I can go to - Safari > Bookmarks > Add Bookmarks for these X-number of tabs, which creates a single button on the menu bar (or wherever I save it), for all the tabs.

    That's why I figured mailing a link to them wouldn't be to far off.

    Thanks!
    :)
     
  3. tonyburkhart thread starter macrumors regular

    tonyburkhart

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    Sharetabs

    I did find something in the line of what I'm looking for... even though it's still not what I'm looking for.

    http://www.sharetabs.com/

    You insert a list of links into an on-line forum and it generates a single link for viewing all the tabs.

    So, essentially that would work if I could get an add-on or shortcut to automatically add all open tabs to that site.
     
  4. tonyburkhart thread starter macrumors regular

    tonyburkhart

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    Answer my own question 798 days later :)

    For anyone else wondering about this... though there doesn't seem to be a high demand for it. Check out this site -> http://www.macosxtips.co.uk/extensions/

    I installed the "Mail Open Tabs" Safari extension and it works perfectly! Thanks to Matt Swain and his wonderful group of add ons. I also installed the Amazon search menu item, whilst I was there.

    Just a side note for the time since my last post, Duration calculation results

    http://www.timeanddate.com/date/duration.html

    It is 798 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date

    Or 2 years, 2 months, 8 days excluding the end date

    Alternative time units
    798 days can be converted to one of these units:
    68,947,200 seconds
    1,149,120 minutes
    19,152 hours
    114 weeks

    :D
     
  5. AppleDApp macrumors 68020

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    Yes there definitely isn't high demand for this but I am glad I found it. This will save me lots of time in the long run.
     
  6. steve23094 macrumors 68000

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    Just found this thread. Very handle little extension, it still works under Mavericks and Safari 7.0.6.
     
  7. AppleDApp macrumors 68020

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    I find every time I use the extension I email already appears as read when I check my inbox.

    Any fix for this?
     

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