Opera has been my go-to desktop browser for some time now.
The primary reason for that is the Workspaces feature, which is the best tab management on the market.
Because I’ve made Opera my default desktop browser, it only made sense that I did the same on my Android phone.
And with the My Flow feature, that decision was even easier to make.
What is My Flow?
Simply put, My Flow makes it very easy for you to move from desktop to mobile without missing a beat. If I have a tab open on my desktop, that tab will be available to easily accessible on my mobile device.
That’s the heart and soul of My Flow; it allows you to move from one device to another without having to resort to third-party apps to gain access to those open tabs. Instead of sending myself an email with an open tab link, I use My Flow.
All I have to do is open Opera on my mobile device, go to the synced tabs, and open any tab I have currently open on the desktop version of Opera.
If you are constantly on the go, moving between desktop and mobile, My Flow is a must-use.
Let’s get My Flow enabled and configured, so you can get access to those desktop tabs from your phone.
What is Opera’s My Flow feature and how do you use it?
Now, when you tap that Tab button on the mobile version of Opera, you’ll see all of your currently opened tabs on the desktop version, so you can easily open them and read them.
The one caveat to using My Flow to move between desktop and mobile is that you have to manually add pages to My Flow on the mobile side of things. With the desktop version, your open tabs will automatically sync and can be seen on your mobile device without having to do anything.
On the mobile side of things, you have to manually add a page to My Flow before it appears in the desktop version of My Flow. To do that, open Opera on your mobile device, open the page you want to add to My Flow, tap the three-dot menu in the upper right corner, and tap Send to Flow. The page will then appear in the desktop My Flow panel, ready to open.
And that’s all there is to using Opera’s My Flow. With this feature, you can move from desktop to mobile and back again without missing a beat.