How do I open multiple links with LinkClump?

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I need tips on how to open multiple links with LinkClump and Multi Links in Google Chrome.  I want to open multiple links in a website with just one click using Google Chrome as my browser.  Would LinkClump and MultiLinks also work in Firefox or do I need a plug-in for this?

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How do I open multiple links with LinkClump?

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Hi,

You can open multiple links with LinkClump and Multi Links using Google Chrome by using your mouse to drag links to open as new windows, tabs, copy them on a clipboard or even bookmark them.

Both LinkClump and MultiLinks work in Firefox and you will not need a plug-in for this.

You can get more information at google website.

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How do I open multiple links with LinkClump?

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Hi Donna, 
 
LinkClump seemed to be very popular and it’s a very straightforward add-on. All you have to do is hold the right button of your mouse and then drag to the area where the links that you want to open are available. 
 
Unfortunately, LinkClump is not available for Firefox. However Multi-links does.
 
Let us know if you have anything else that we might be of help. 
 
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How do I open multiple links with LinkClump?

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I don’t actually use these since I don’t often open multiple links in Google and other search engines and this is really not for users with slow internet connection and is only recommended if you are using a fast connection like if you are subscribed to a cabled internet. For users with average network speed, this will surely make your web browser very slow if you happen to open several links at the same time since simultaneous loading of web pages results to network traffic congestion.

LinkClump is an extension or an add-on for the Google Chrome web browser. It helps you open multiple links all at the same time by dragging your mouse to all the links you wish to open and open them on the new tabs. You can either open the links on the same window or open a new browser window for them and you can also ignore some links containing words. To activate and use LinkClump, you can either do click and drag or holding a certain key such as CTRL or SHIFT then do the click and drag to avoid accidental link clumps. To add LinkClump to your Google Chrome, visit Chrome Web Store | Linkclump.

Multi Links is very similar to LinkClump and does the same thing. This is an extension or an add-on for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It allows you to copy, open, or bookmark multiple links at the same time instead of clicking one by one. To open multiple links, right-click, hold, and then drag a box around the links you wish to open. To add Multi Links to your Mozilla Firefox web browser, visit Add-Ons – Mozilla | Extensions | Multi Links. Watch also the video “How to open multiple links with LinkClump and Multi Links | video tutorial by TechyV.com” to learn how to properly open multiple links using these add-ons.

Answered By 20 points N/A #137296

How do I open multiple links with LinkClump?

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I am at an odd spot now. This works accurately and perfectly like I needed it to, apart from the fact that it doesn’t work when browsing the hard drive. That was half of what I required it for. LinkClump and Multi-links both work in same way. One is available for Firefox and other one is available for Chrome. First, I could not understand how these two extensions worked and which one is applicable for me. Here I have got my answer. I see, Sharath Reddy has fulfilled my desired thing. He provided complete details about the compatibility of LinkClump and Multi-links. As a Chrome user, I have to install LinkClump. It is the best thing I have ever got in my browser. Opening several links with just a single click- isn’t it great? Sharath has also given information on using it. I love using LinkClump very much. Well done, Sharath.

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