It does what it says: opens tab search window to display all other open tabs for current website. This action works on the sub domain level (same as the domain blocklist). This means that ‘drive.google.com‘, and ‘news.google.com‘ are treated as separate websites.
This action may be triggered using the right-click menu or (for supporters) a keyboard shortcut. The keyboard shortcut and right-click menu only work if Floating search window setting is enabled.
This action may also be triggered from inside the tab search page by clicking the website search button on a tab item (screenshot below).
New action: Close other tabs from the same website
This action is available to supporters only.
Triggering this action searches for and closes all other tabs from the same website as the current tab. This is equivalent to manually triggering the domain blocklist on the current domain.
The action may be triggered using a keyboard shortcut or the right-click menu.
That’s all, folks!
Please share your feedback, including suggestions and any bugs you find using the feedback link on tab search or the options page.
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Clutter Free now supports two modes of controlling which sites and pages are allowed to have duplicates:
When the allow list is used, Clutter Free will prevent duplicates of all pages, except those in the allow list.
When the block list is used, Clutter Free will prevent duplicates only for pages and domains specified in the block list. All other websites and pages will be allowed to have duplicates.
The old whitelist feature is replaced by the allow and block lists. The whitelist entries have been added to the allow list, and allow list is enabled by default.
Domain block list
The domain block list provides an even stricter control over tabs from specific domains. Only one tab is allowed for any domains listed in the domain block list.
The domain block list considers subdomains, other than www., as separate from the parent domain and each other. E.g. blocking ‘mail.google.com‘ will prevent opening multiple Gmail tabs, but won’t prevent opening Google Sheets or Search in another tab.
The domain block list also over-rules the allow and block lists. If the same domain is in both lists, the domain block list takes priority.
The domain block list is now a supporter-only feature. Non-supporters who have it enabled at the time of this change will still be able to use it.
Bug Fixes and other updates
Update: Faster switching of tabs on selection in tab search window.
Bug Fix: Domains were not being added to allow list (prev. whitelist).