How can I merge a single-page Safari window (with no tabs) with another specific Safari window (which probably contains a few tabs) while leaving other Safari windows intact in a single action? Sort of like how I can do it with individual tabs.
When doing research using Safari, I open lots of tabs with potentially useful resources, and when there are enough of them, sort them into different Safari windows according to various criteria for further processing.
This means I often shuffle tabs between different Safari windows. That’s easy, just drag and drop a tab from the tab deck near the top of original Safari window into the other Safari window somewhere near the top.
But after the pre-last tab is moved, the original window will no longer have any tabs (since now there’s just a single page in the original window). So I can’t drag the tab anymore. But I’d still like to move the remaining single-page Safari window to the other group and not have the original Safari window hanging around anymore.
I know I can do it by clicking in the URL bar and either copy/pasting the URL from the original Safari window, or by dragging the little globe icon to the other window’s “+” sign (and other methods), but this will always mean I always have to go back to the original Safari window and close it manually (since the original window still has the original content which is now a duplicate).
I’m also avoiding using the menu command for consolidating windows because I often have other Safari windows running too, and I’d like to keep those as they are.