Mozilla Firefox does not have an official option to copy web addresses (URLs) of all open tabs to your clipboard. But there is a simple trick to get a nice list of addresses on Windows, Mac and Linux. Here’s how.
First, open Firefox and visit the sites whose addresses you want to copy in multiple tabs. If you̵
Right-click on any tab at the top of the Firefox window and choose “Select All Tabs” from the menu that appears.
Once all the tabs are selected, right-click on a tab again and select ‘Bookmark Tabs’.
In the “New Bookmarks” window that opens, click the “Name” field and type in any name you want. Click on the ‘Folder’ drop-down menu and choose ‘Bookmarks Toolbar’. Then click on “Add bookmarks” at the bottom.
Open the bookmarks list in Firefox by pressing Ctrl + B on Windows or Command + B on Mac. In the list of bookmarks on the left side of the Firefox window, find “Bookmarks Toolbar” and click the arrow next to it.
In the expanded Bookmarks Toolbar folder, right-click the folder you created earlier and select ‘Copy’.
Open a text editor (such as Notepad on Windows or TextEdit on Mac), right-click anywhere in a blank text document and select “Paste.” You can also press Ctrl + V on Windows or Command + V on Mac.
The addresses of all your open tabs are now available in your text document. When done, return to Firefox, right-click on the temporary bookmarks folder you just created and select ‘Delete’. That is it!
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