New on iOS 15, Copy Links across All Tabs in Safari

Since iOS 15 was released, Apple has provided a variety of feature enhancements for iPhone devices. One that can be found is the improvement of the Safari browser.

Safari on the iOS 15 allows users to copy links across all tabs at the same time. Thus, now you don’t have to copy links one by one on Safari if you want to log on to those links.

This feature may be very useful for those of you who need link notes to create citations. All you have to do is just copy the links from all the open tabs on iPhone Safari. Actually, this feature is not only available on iPhone Safari.

To copy the link feature of all tabs on iPhone Safari, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open the Safari app on your iPhone.

  2. Make sure that you have opened some links on the Safari tab.

  3. After that, tap on the double square-shaped tab icon located below the app.

  4. Then, you will be shown all the tabs you’ve ever opened along with their number information.

  5. Click the number icon to indicate the number of tabs you have opened.

  6. A “Tab Group” banner will appear. Select the Edit option.

  7. Click the circle icon with the three dots. Then, click the “Copy Link” option.

Once you click the option, the links of all iPhone Safari tabs are automatically copied. You can try pasting the copied links into the Notes application on your iPhone. Once pasted in the Note, a directory of links from all Safari tabs will appear.

Unfortunately, Safari can’t choose which tabs to copy links from. Hence, you can only copy links from all tabs at once or one by one. That’s how to copy links on all iPhone Safari tabs.

Apple is also implementing a similar feature on Safari for iPad and Mac. This feature works as long as your iPhone or iPad is running the iOS 15 operating system and up. As for Mac, at least it supports macOS Big Sur and later versions.

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