This is not a help post – it's a tutorial!
If you've ever wanted to copy your open Chrome Android tabs (may work on iOS too but not tested), now's the time. It's very simple, but may take a few minutes depending how many tabs you've got.
We'll be taking advantage of tab groups. If you don't have them enabled, there is a flag for it – have a quick gander at Google to find it. If you already have groups of your tabs, follow the instructions in the second section. Otherwise, follow from step 1 below to group your tabs up.
Hopefully this helps – I discovered this feature by accident a while ago and just remembered how to do it again.
Section 1 – Creating Groups
Step 1 — Group your tabs: Go into the tab switcher, click the three dots, and click Group Tabs Step 2 — Select all your tabs and click Group
Section 2 – Export
You need to repeat the below steps for each tab group.
Step 1 — Select a tab group, tap the three-dot menu, and click Share group
Step 2 — In the Share menu, select Keep Notes or another similar app of your choice. As long as you can edit text in it you should be fine
Step 3 — Tidy the list (if you're picky like me). The original list layout is a bit shite