Auto Close Tabs
auto closes idle tabs when not active, hidden, playing audio, highlighted/selected, pinned or contain visible text input field with text in them.
What is Auto Close Tabs?
Auto Close Tabs is a Firefox add-on that automatically closes idle tabs when they are not active, hidden, playing audio, highlighted/selected, pinned, or contain visible text input field with text.
auto closes idle tabs when tabs are not active, hidden, playing audio, highlighted/selected, pinned or contain visible text input field with text in them.
- install the add-on
- Set minimal number of tabs to always keep open (default: 7)
- Set amount of time until a tab is closed (default 3 days)
- (optional) Run in private Window
- (optional) Select Bookmark Folder to save closed tabs into
- (optional) Add Whitelist Regular Expression Matchers, to ignore specific Sites from being closed automatically.
- bookmarks, used for saving closed tabs
- tabs, used to query and close tabs
- <all_urls>, used to check if the websites has text input fields with content in them
- storage, used to store the settings
- Cost/Payment: This Add-on is and forever will be subscription and payment free to use for everyone however they like. If you are feeling generous you send me a tip via my bitcoin address 35WK2GqZHPutywCdbHKa9BQ52GND3Pd6h4
- Stars/Reviews: If you found this add-on useful leave some stars or a review so others can find it too.
- Bugs, Suggestions and Requests: If you have any (e.g. a site it does not work but you think it should) or have improvement suggestions or feature request please open issue here at the "Support Site".
Auto Close Tabs is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Auto Close Tabs if you trust the publisher.
Auto Close Tabs is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.