How to save multiple Web pages in one ZIP file

It's handy to save Web pages for later viewing or sharing, but it can also be a pain. This is especially true if you want to save multiple pages, but a Chrome extension called ZipTabs makes it easy.

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Maybe you want to save Web pages for offline reading, or maybe you want to archive a page you created.

There are all sorts of reason to want to save pages, but it can be hard to tackle saving multiple pages at once. ZipTabs is a Chrome extension that lets you save any or all open tabs in one ZIP file, making the process much smoother and more convenient, Here's how to use it: 

  1. Download and install the SingleCore extension. This is required to use ZipTabs, but you don't need to do any more than install it. 
  2. Download and install ZipTabs. 
  3. Restart Chrome. 
  4. When you've got a set of tabs open to Web pages you want to save, just click the ZipTabs icon in the upper right and select which open tabs to save. 
    Step 4: Select tabs to save.
    Step 4: Select tabs to save.
  5. Select a name for the ZIP file, then click "OK." 
  6. When the ZIP file is created (it can take a little while), it is saved to Chrome's download folder. This can't be changed, though you can point Chrome toward a different folder in its Options settings. 

That's it. Your ZIP file is easy to save and share.

Thanks to Guiding Tech for the link!