Workspaces are a place to get your web stuff organized. It could be for a specific project, for a particular client, or just a place to help keep things up-to-date.
Use Focus Mode to mute desktop notifications and hide unread badges for a period of time.
Desktop Web Apps are websites that are installed on your computer, so they behave more like 'native' apps than browser tabs
Wouldn't it be easier if we could just click on a Freshdesk link in ClickUp, and it opens up in the Freshdesk app? We thought so, and built the AI Link Engine.
Lost something amongst 200 tabs? No problem! use the Quick Switch to find what you need in seconds.
Profiles allow you to run a completely new instance of Wavebox, with a new set of apps, new cookies, new extensions
Wavebox comes with a whole bunch of keyboard shortcuts built in, and if there's something specific you want to do there are even more waiting for you to assign a key.
Sleep allows Wavebox to suspend some of your apps and tabs that you haven't used in a while to save memory and resources whilst still keeping them around so when you need them they're ready to fire back up again.
Badges appear on their relevant app icons to keep you updated even whilst you're outside of Wavebox. Notifications continue to pop up when apps are sleeping and Wavebox gives some awesome tools to customize how notifications work so you can make each one matter.
Wavebox is unique in that it allows you to add your favourite sites as apps along the web dock (sidebar). These apps can have superpowers 🦸 that normal sites don't have such unread badges, instant actions like compose and more. You add apps to Wavebox by using the App Store.
At Wavebox, we know how essential extensions are, so we support adding them directly from the Chrome Web Store
Cookie containers are used to either isolate or share cookies between apps. This allows you to have a work persona and a home persona all in the same browser window.