Prepare yourself for the Olympics with Vivaldi browser

Rio 2016 will be the most live Olympics EVER. You’ll have streams, social media and constant news updates. Luckily, Vivaldi is the perfect browser to keep up with what is happening. Here are 4 ways to stay in the loop!

Get the latest news via Web panels

Thousands of tweets and news are pouring in every day, and with Web Panels you can stay on top of everything. You can dock a web site to either the right or left side of your browser window, and then have it open while you browse other websites.

Protip: Sometimes you’ll get a better Web Panel experience with the mobile version of a webpage. Most websites allows you to switch over to the mobile version by using the ‘m’ subdomain. For example: m.time.com

Here are a few sites that fit well into web panels for Rio 2016:

http://www.nytimes.com/news-event/rio-olympics-2016 

http://time.com/tag/olympics/ 

http://www.nbcolympics.com/ 

Keep track of the schedules with Notes

Want to keep track on your favourite athletes schedules? With Notes you can contain selected portions of webpages or your own typed notes. Notes can even contain screenshots of sites, as well as attached files. To create a note from a page, right-click it and then select “Add Selection as New Note” from the popup menu.

Track your Olympic Sessions with Vivaldi

Save all your open tabs with Vivaldi Session. These sessions can then be opened at a later time, even after closing and re-opening Vivaldi. Simply select “Save Open Tabs as Session” from the “File” menu.

Be a multitasker with grouped tabs

If you like keeping a few dozen tabs open at the same time, you might wanna stack’em! With tab stacks you can reduce the amount of separate tabs on the tab bar. Simply drag one tab over another until it becomes darker and drop it. View two or more page at once in Vivaldi using the tab tiling feature. Here you can watch channels side by side or watch your favourite sport while doing other tasks.

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