More tab actions—pin and move in window
New tab actions added to tab search window:
- Move tab to first position in its window (after pinned tabs, if any),
- Move tab to the last position in its window
- Pin or un-pin tabs (supporters only)
This is in addition to previous tab actions:
- Duplicate tabs
- Add tab to allow/block list
- Add tab’s domain to allow/block list
- Suspend or un-suspend tab (supporters only)
- Open tab in a new window
Tabs can also be pinned/un-pinned using the keyboard shortcut ‘
New search keyword—pinned tabs
is:pinned‘ to search only pinned tabs. ‘
-is:pinned‘ searches only in unpinned tabs.
This keyword may be used together with regular search words and the ‘
New: Copy tabs to clipboard
Use the copy button, next to the tab count, in tab search window to copy tabs to clipboard.
- Copies tab title and URL
- Copies tabs filtered in tabs list
- For suspended tabs, the original URL is copied
Use the setting on options page to specify the format of copied text—plain text, Markdown, or URLs only.
New: Ignore query when comparing duplicates
‘Ignore query’ option is now available as an experimental option (bottom of options page). When enabled, the query portion of the URL is ignore when preventing duplicates. E.g. ‘
https://www.google.com/‘ and ‘
https://www.google.com/?hl=hi‘ will appear as duplicates.
Enabling this setting may cause unexpected behaviour on many sites. Using the query parameter to refer to distinct content is a common web practice.
- Suspend tab button is disabled for
chrome-extension:// tabs as these can’t be suspended by The Great Suspender
- Bug fix: Selected tab lost focus after an action in tab search
enter keys were not working in filter text input field
Continue reading “Clutter Free – more tab actions, and ‘ignore query’”
Suspend and un-suspend tabs
When The Great Suspender is detected as installed, the tab search window will show an additional tab action—to suspend a tab, or to activate a suspended tab.
Additionally, search for suspended tabs with ‘
is:suspended’ tag in search. Search for active tabs with ‘
-is:suspended’. These tags can be combined with other keywords, e.g. ‘
amazon is:suspended’ to search for suspended amazon tabs.
Suspended tabs are shown with a dull grey background.
Finally, the selected tab may also be suspended using the keyboard shortcut ‘
s‘ and unsuspended with keyboard shortcut ‘
This feature is only available to supporters using The Great Suspender extension.
Continue reading “Clutter Free – suspend and unsuspend tabs”
Allow and block lists
Clutter Free now supports two modes of controlling which sites and pages are allowed to have duplicates:
- Allow list
- When the allow list is used, Clutter Free will prevent duplicates of all pages, except those in the allow list.
- Block 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).
Continue reading “Clutter Free – allow list and block list”
Unified supporter status is coming soon (experimental)
Unified supporter status will enable access to Supporter features on both Todo.txt apps—Chrome and Android—as long as you have an active supporter subscription on either one.
No action is required by you. Both apps will automatically sync the existing and new subscriptions.
Privacy & data
To enable the unified supporter status, the app uploads a secure, irreversible hash of your email address and provider name (Dropbox or Google Drive), along with your subscription order id to a secure server. When you login to the Todo.txt app with same email address and file provider on another platform, the app will automatically sync your supporter status from the server, and provide full access to supporter features.
The email address is hashed inside the app before uploading to the server, so the server never sees the real email address, only its encrypted hash. The privacy statement is updated for these changes.
Please do get in touch using the in-app feedback form if you have any queries about this change.
- Supporter sync only works when using Dropbox or Google Drive for syncing because local file syncing is not supported in the Chrome extension.
- Supporter sync is only available to paying supporters. Syncing is not available for reward tokens.
- There may be a delay of 24 hours after subscription before supporter features are available on the other app.
- Supporter sync is only tested on official Chrome browser. It will probably not work if you are using another Chrome-based browser—Vivaldi, Edge, Brave, or others.
- If you are a supporter but don’t see supporter access in the app, please contact me using the feedback form in the app where you joined as supporter.
Experimentally enabled from
v 2020.608.8.34 of the Chrome extension, and
v 2020.0608.4.3 of the Android app.
Get Todo.txt for Android on the Play Store
Get Todo.txt for Chrome on the Chrome Web Store