4. MOUSE GESTURES
If keyboard shortcuts aren't your thing, Vivaldi supports mouse gestures as well. Our favorite is probably the one that opens a new tab by a simple downward mouse stroke (while holding down the right mouse button), which feels a lot quicker than hitting Ctrl + T. The range of supported gestures is pretty impressive, including the ability to close tabs, reload a page, and even reopen a closed tab.
On top of that, you can even add files and screenshots as notes. For the latter, there isn't even any need to go through the hassle of doing it manually as selecting the screenshot option will automatically capture the page and store it as part of a particular note.