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Most classes you take at school or University will have all available resources online and you’ll rely on your browser to access them. You’ll need to open a number of sites and apps simultaneously, search for information while listening to podcasts, and chat with fellow students.
There’s one thing that can make a big difference to your productivity – your browser and how you use it.
Enter Vivaldi’s slide-out sidebar, or Panel, which lets you browse without closing your current tab. You can add any site or app as a Web Panel. This way you can:
✔️Create a split-screen view.
✔️Switch tabs while keeping the Panel open.
✔️Toggle between the Mobile and Desktop version of the site.
Here’s how to take advantage of Vivaldi’s Web Panels while studying.
Access study resources without switching tabs
Study sites and study aids make for fantastic Web Panels. Try adding Google Translate, Cambridge Dictionary, or Wikipedia and explore their content without jumping windows or tabs.
Cambridge Dictionary is a useful Web Panel for students.
Listen to YouTube or podcasts while working in another tab
During your studies, you’ll most likely need to access tons of useful YouTube videos and podcasts. Having it all conveniently placed in your sidebar will make a huge difference to your productivity. Videos and podcasts will continue to play even if you switch to a different Web Panel or hide the Panel completely. Make sure you ’re using the Desktop version of YouTube!
In his popular tech podcast, Marc Saltzman recently spoke to Jon von Tetzchner about Vivaldi for Android.
Chat without switching tabs
Let’s face it, casting off social apps isn’t realistic for most people, especially students. It’s just that keeping in touch with family, friends and fellow students is such an essential part of student life. Between major social media platforms and chat apps such as Telegram and Discord, your tabs bar can easily clutter up.
But place your social media and chat apps in the Panel, and you’ll be able to check your social feeds without getting distracted too much.
If you choose “Auto-Close Inactive Panel” in combination with “Floating Panel” the Panel will hover over the page and you’ll be able to read and reply to messages, with the messenger closing itself as soon as you focus on something else in the browser.
How to add Web Panels
To add sites as Web Panels, click on the “+” icon just below your Bookmarks, Downloads, Notes, History, and Window Panel, and add any site. An alternative way to add a Web Panel is to open the website, right-click anywhere on the page and select “Add Page to Web Panel”.
You can position the Panel to the left or right of the browser window depending on your preference. You can have it floating as well as set it to auto-close when you click outside of it – just select your preferred options in Settings > Panel. To toggle between the Mobile and Desktop versions of a site, right-click on the icon of that site in the Panel.
Using the Panel in Vivaldi will help you multitask while studying and help you become a better student. If you get hooked, make sure you try more productivity tools built into Vivaldi: Tab Tiling, Tab Stacking, Pop-out Video, History, and Notes. Vivaldi browser does have a unique set of features that make it perfect for students.