1. emceeaye's Avatar
    Dear Galaxy Tab S and Chrome experts,

    Does anyone know how I can open multiple bookmarks at once on my galaxy tab S using Chrome browser?

    If I got a traditional add-on blue-tooth keyboard with mouse, would it then be possible?

    Thank you in advance,
    Lee
    12-31-2014 04:55 PM
  2. anon(5600632)'s Avatar
    In the Chrome browser, look up top to the right of the address bar. There's a little square with a number in it. Touch that and you'll see all of your open windows - the number corresponds to the number of open windows. Touch the plus sign to open a new one. Touch the X or just swipe away to remove one. In this window view, you can switch among all of the open windows. I don't see that a keyboard/mouse would matter one way or another - Chrome still works the same way.
    12-31-2014 05:01 PM
  3. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    If you long press the book mark, it should give you a series of options, one being to open in a new tab.

    From an AOSP M8
    12-31-2014 05:01 PM
  4. emceeaye's Avatar
    Thanks, but maybe I need to rephrase my question and provide more detail.

    How can I select multiple bookmarks at once (e.g., 15 of them) as I can do on my laptop in chrome, and then open them in separate tabs with one click. This makes browsing easier (i.e., time efficient) for me as I like opening many bookmarks at once in bunches--I go through many bookmarks at once on a daily basis. But if there is no way to do this as in Chrome on a traditional laptop, then I may have to just return this tablet.

    The logic behind a blue-tooth keyboard and mouse is that perhaps I can select and open multiple bookmarks, all showing up in separate tabs, as I can do with my laptop.
    Thanks in advance.
    Lee
    12-31-2014 05:25 PM
  5. alexcapone's Avatar
    Thanks, but maybe I need to rephrase my question and provide more detail.

    How can I select multiple bookmarks at once (e.g., 15 of them) as I can do on my laptop in chrome, and then open them in separate tabs with one click. This makes browsing easier (i.e., time efficient) for me as I like opening many bookmarks at once in bunches--I go through many bookmarks at once on a daily basis. But if there is no way to do this as in Chrome on a traditional laptop, then I may have to just return this tablet.

    The logic behind a blue-tooth keyboard and mouse is that perhaps I can select and open multiple bookmarks, all showing up in separate tabs, as I can do with my laptop.
    Thanks in advance.
    Lee
    Hello, I know this thread is a bit old but I was looking for a solution to the exact same thing for my Note 3. I'd prefer something that works with my installed browsers (chrome, firefox, and stock Internet browser) or a stand alone app that can open one of the aforementioned browsers and launch all my bookmarks.

    If that is not possible I would consider downloading another browser with the capability to do this. Thanks for your help.
    03-12-2016 09:43 AM

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