This video explains how to manage multiple tabs in safari by auto-closing them or saving them as bookmarks.
- [Instructor] The built in Safari web browser … allows you to have multiple tabs open at once … letting you keep certain webpages open to reload them … or the refer back to them when you need them. … But you might have noticed that after awhile, … you have a lot of open tabs, … possibly too many to handle or keep track of. … In fact, you can have up to 500 tabs open in Safari at once … if you need to have that many open for some reason. … Or maybe if you're like me, … you just don't remember to close your tabs that often. … Fortunately, Safari has options … for automatically managing your tabs. … Let's go to Settings, to Safari, … and scroll down to the Tabs area. … And here we'll find the Close Tab options. … So if you're like me and you often end up with dozens … of open tabs, you can come in here … and have Safari automatically close tabs after a day, … a week, or a month has gone by. … And this way they just don't keep piling up. … Now related to that, … if you're worried about losing those tabs, …
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- Managing data usage
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Customizing mail
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- Fitting more on the Home screen
- Using a mouse with the iPad
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