Way of saving some temporary tabs across logoff/logon

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Way of saving some temporary tabs across logoff/logon

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It's rather a whimsical question, but is there any accepted way of saving various tabs for Firefox across a logoff/logon sequence? These tabs are the two "home page" tabs, plus a number of "temporary tabs" which I haven't had time to access before bedtime.
Next day, I will want to access and delete those temporary tabs.
I don't want to go to the faff of saving them as bookmarks...

I thought that if I just left Firefox open when logging off, it would recover the tabs when next it restarted - but this way certainly doesn't work across a Windows Update forced restart...!
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Re: Way of saving some temporary tabs across logoff/logon

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Isn't that what the 'Open previous windows and tabs' tickbox in Settings | General | Startup is for?

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Re: Way of saving some temporary tabs across logoff/logon

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It may well be - I've never encountered that setting before, and it wasn't ticked on my Firefox.
I will investigate later today or tomorrow - thanks!
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Re: Way of saving some temporary tabs across logoff/logon

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Yes, just tested your suggestion. Works just the way I had hoped! Thanks again.
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