How to Bookmark All Open Tabs in iOS 13 Safari on iPhone

How often have we wished to bookmark multiple tabs in Safari on your iPhone or iPad but saving them all one by one manually, seems like a tedious task? Thankfully, iOS 13 has a new feature that lets us bookmark all of the open tabs in Safari. There have been quite a few changes in the Safari browser with iOS 13 like Download Manager and Managing website settings on Safari. The users of iOS 13 have been quite surprised, amused, and thrilled with these new features of Safari.

Earlier in iOS 12, you would have to go through every single tab and bookmark them individually, which could be a quite daunting task to do. Imagine wanting to bookmark 20 tabs at the same time? Fortunately, we don’t have to go through that with iOS 13. In this post, I have explained how you can bookmark all of the open tabs in Safari.

How to Bookmark Multiple Open Tabs at Once in iOS 13 Safari

Step #1. Launch Safari app on iPhone or iPad.

Launch Safari app on iPhone running iOS 13Step #2. Next, make sure that you have opened all the websites you wish to bookmark in individual tabs, and then select one of the tab in the main browser.

Opened all the websites you wish to bookmark in iOS 13 SafariStep #3. Long Press on the Bookmark icon.

Press the Bookmark icon in iOS 13 SafariStep #4. Select ‘Add Bookmarks for (number of websites) tabs’ option. Next, Give appropriate name to the folder and select the location you want to save it.

Bookmark All Open Tabs in Safar on iPhone or iPad in iOS 13And you have bookmarks for all the tabs in just a few steps.

Signing Off…

Told you it is much easier and faster to bookmark multiple open tabs in Safari with iOS 13 now. Let us know if in case you face any troubles while doing so. If you want us to do any other ‘How-Tos’ than mention them in the comments below and we will do it.

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