Other Features

Calculator

With Vivaldi’s Quick Commands feature you can do various calculations in a blink of an eye. Open Quick Commands by pressing the F2 key on your keyboard and start typing the equation. The solution will appear below the input field. When you press Enter, the solution will be automatically copied to your clipboard. Types of […]

User Profiles

User profiles allow multiple “users” to share one Vivaldi installation, without requiring you to log in to a different operating system user account, or maintain multiple Standalone installations. Each profile can have a different set of Extensions, Bookmarks, Speed Dials, cookies, History, etc.  In addition, each profile can have its own look and configuration (Keyboard Shortcuts, […]

Guest view

Browsing in Guest View means that searches, sites visited, cookies, and temporary files won’t be stored by Vivaldi. The Guest Profile will have Vivaldi’s default look and settings and the Guest won’t be able to change any of your browser settings or access your data from the Guest Profile. If all you want is to […]

Troubleshoot Sync issues

Having trouble syncing your data? If you’ve entered your credentials and hit ‘Start Sync’ but the browser is not able to connect, the browser will continually attempt to connect to Vivaldi’s sync servers. If it has not been able to establish a connection for more than 6 hours, please submit a bug report with the […]

Sync

With the synchronization function you can synchronize your Vivaldi browser data across multiple computers. Continue reading to learn how to: Get started; Sync your browser data; Connect another device; Stop syncing; Delete your browser data. And what to do, when you want to change or reset your: Login password; Encryption password. We’ve also listed some […]

Image Properties

The built-in Image Properties feature lets you find all the information you need about an image right in the browser. View Image Properties Available information Copy data to clipboard View Image Properties Right-clicking an image on a webpage. Select Image Properties from the drop-down menu. Image Properties view will open in a new tab. Available […]

Reader View

Vivaldi’s Reader View lets you cut through the noise as you browse. No ads, no pop-ups, just pure content. Enabling Reader View When you’ve found an article that you’d like to read in reader mode, click on the Reader View button on the right side of the Address Bar. Once active, the button will have […]

Developer Tools

The built-in Developer Tools are particularly helpful when building and debugging web pages. How to access Developer Tools: Open a web page or a web app and select Tools > Developer Tools from the menu. Open a web page or a web app and right-click on any page element and select Inspect Element from the context […]

History

The History tool in Vivaldi is somewhat different than in a typical browser – instead, Vivaldi’s History is a detailed overview backed by statistics and presented in a fresh, visual way. It was built to give users a powerful and useful tool to explore their browsing patterns and to make finding previously visited sites easier than […]

Capture a Screenshot

Vivaldi’s built-in Capture tool lets you capture either a Full Page screenshot, or a Selection of the screen that you define. It can be accessed in a number of ways through the Vivaldi UI to give you flexibility in how you implement the tool. Types of Capture Output of Capture How to access the Capture […]