Copy All Links is a very useful Firefox extension that lets you copy all links present in a webpage. What makes it special than other similar add-on is that it automatically copies links from all tabs or just from the active tab. Moreover, you can also select whether you want to download only links of files or links of file sharing sites or all the links.
It is a simple but powerful add-on for Firefox which is very easy to use. After installing this add-on, you need to access the context menu options of this add-on to perform the desired task.
In above screenshot, you can see two main options provided by this add-on in right-click context menu.
Below screenshot shows links extracted by me from different webpages using this Firefox add-on.
How To Copy All Links from All Tabs or from The Active Tab Using This Free Firefox Extension?
Tap on the download link available at the end of this review. Install this extension and restart your Firefox browser. After this, this add-on will be activated.
Now open different webpages on multiple tabs. On the active tab, right-click to access Copy All Links option. This option will provide you two more options: Current Tab and All Tabs.
Use Current Tab option to copy all links, Direct File links (to extract text files links, images links, etc.), or Links to File Sharing Sites.
And use All Tabs option when you want to grab all links/file links/links to file sharing sites from all the opened tabs.
Copy All Links is a faster way to fetch links available in a particular webpage in currently active tab or in all tabs. I wish the developer included some hotkeys to use its options. Still, its context menu options are also sufficient to quickly copy links from webpages.