Options for How Ghost Browser Starts

Options for How Ghost Browser Starts

You can set Ghost Browser to automatically display a specific Task when you open it. If you always want your General Browsing Task to display, using this feature can help boost your productivity.

To set startup behavior:

1. From Ghost Browser, click the browser menu (three-dot menu) in the upper right corner of the browser and select  Settings.

2. Choose your startup behavior from the  On startup section.

  • Selecting "New blank Task" will open a blank Task with only one tab open.
  • Selecting "General Browsing" will launch your General Browsing Task, the first in your list of saved Workspaces.

3. That’s it! Your selection is automatically saved by Ghost Browser.

Windows Users: If you selected to open your "General Browsing" as your on startup behavior, make sure that the "Continue running background apps when Ghost Browser is closed" checkbox is not selected in the System section.

MacOS users: You must quit the browser (not just close the windows) in order to save your startup behavior. If you don't quit and restart Ghost Browser, this setting will default to "New blank Task". To quit Ghost Browser press the Cmd + Q keys on your keyboard.

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