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Bookmarks have a great ux for it: save all open tabs to a bookmark folder, open all bookmarks in a folder

And then what happens to the trajectory of clicks that I followed to land on the page that was open in the tab ?

Rhetorical question of course. With an open tab I have that information and can go back and forth up the path. Its very useful context to have when I revisit the tab. In my line of work I research many things every day. Firefox open tabs have been a godsend. I literally have 900 to 1200 open at any given time

The browser ought to remember the history of a tab when saving that tab into a bookmark folder (think VM save state).

Photoshop has work flow like this - you can split the undo history into a tree like structure (to a degree, it's not infinite).

+1 indeed

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