I've always wanted to do this same thing but include other applications / files and be able to easily pop in or out of a session or project.
I'll probably have a prototype/alpha-relase (OS X only, for now) within a few weeks.
As for Tabli, it looks pretty useful!
btw, I'm not sure why but Tabli isn't searchable on the Chrome store for me.
Question though, the "Other Windows", that's on my current machine right? Can I not see windows open on another machine like in the History tab?
EDIT: Great job, nevertheless!
I often end up with close to 100 tabs open, so I'm super happy about this!
However, I spent a second thinking about: how do I get to this point? And the answer is I click on a pile of links and plan to get to them later. It might actually be better if I had a way to easily just turn the links into some form of bookmarks without holding open a tab for them.
I was thinking of installing The Great Suspender, but not all my tabs are ephemeral, but I guess it has a way to configure domains it shouldn't suspend, so I might try that together with your extension.
I was thinking of building something similar because I regularly have >200 tabs open.
This looks like it does everything I wanted, and then some. Nice!
Shameless plug on a lightweight (~50 lines of code) Chrome extension I wrote called Tab Extract to attack the too-many-tabs-open problem from another angle:
The ability to reorganize/move tabs between windows helps a lot. I use SessionBuddy and VerticalTabs, plus Alfred's "tabs" search command, but none allow moving tabs to other/new windows.
Tabli has a very nice UI, works well and the code is top notch but no reordering/moving tabs unfortunately.
Another useful extension that doesn't work in recent Chrome versions is TabSplit and so far I haven't found an alternative.(https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-split/imjbfepo...)
Thanks a lot for this chrome app.