I am not too sure whether this problem can ever have a solution, but here I go.
As some (maybe more than some) have experienced more than 100 tabs open on your browsers. I have a habit of opening a link in new tab and don't check it out for ages.
Question How do I manage tabs?
Mozilla did introduce Firefox Panaroma to address this issue, but I don't use firefox much because of not it's fault, but chrome is just too good!
My request is for a tool which will do the following:
1) Present certain webpages/tabs on a schedule (for instance, lets say I want to, daily, check the sysadmin subreddit page, the schneier.com blog, and a few news sites). Right now, I typically try to put all those tabs in a window and check them each day but this is obviously really inefficient and causes clutter. I also don't want them to be my 'startup' pages because there are typically things I am actually using more than once or so per day to help with my job/other tasks.
2) A way to group collections of tabs and manage them. For instance I may have my set of random 'read this when you get a moment' tabs, 'things i'm researching to figure out this coding issue', 'email, social apps, etc.', 'funny stuff, shopping, finance, misc other stuff'. Right now I try to put them in different windows but, again, this isn't particularly effective. If I could hide the 'read later' things and then view them when I have time, that would be great. The social ones would be nice if I could open/close all of them at once (gmail, twitter, fb, owa, etc)
So yeah, Ideally I'm looking for a sweet way to automate my web experience so that I can open up my browser in the morning, see my 'daily' sites, close those, open where i left off on my coding research or whatever, toggle in and out of my social apps window, track things I want to watch/read, and so forth.
Any idea if anything like this exists?