Google's Tabs Feature is available in Chrome 83, released May 1
At the time of this writing, the Tab Group feature is available on Chrome Beta and Canary. It should be enabled with Chrome flags. But after months of testing, Google is slowly rolling out the feature to the stable version of Chrome that anyone can use.
If the update hasn't reached your computer yet, you'll need to download one of Google's less-than-stable builds from Chrome and manually enable the Tab Groups feature before you can collapse and hide tabs. Go to the section & # 39; Create a new tab group & # 39; if the feature is live on your computer.
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Enable Tab Groups and Collapse Features
Before we begin, a warning. Chrome flags are unfinished functions and often contain errors. Since the Tab Groups feature will roll out to the stable version of Chrome in the coming weeks, you'll be fine.
Open Chrome Beta or Canary on your computer and type
chrome: // flags in the address bar.
Then search for & # 39; Tab Groups & # 39; using the search box. Click the dropdown next to & # 39; Tab Groups & # 39; and & # 39; Collapse Tab Groups & # 39; and set both to & # 39; Enabled & # 39 ;.
You must now restart Chrome to complete the installation of the feature. Click the blue "Restart" button at the bottom of your browser window.
Create a New Tab Group
With the Tab Group feature now enabled on your copy of Chrome (whether the feature was run automatically or manually), it's time to create a group.
Start by opening one or two tabs. Then right-click on the first tab you want to add to the group. Select the "Add Tab to New Group" option from the menu that appears.
. Your first Chrome Tab group has been created. Right-click on the group's icon to adjust its name and color.
Before you can minimize tab groups, you must & # 39; again more tabs need to be added. To do this, right click on a tab, hover over & # 39; Add Tab to Group & # 39; and then select the group you want to use.
 You can also quickly add a tab to a group by clicking and dragging it to the Chrome group.
Collapse and Hide Tab Groups
Collapse tab groups is as easy as clicking the group name or icon. A short animation shows all tabs, minimize and hide in a block smaller than the size of one tab.
When you need to open one of the collapsed tabs, click on the name or icon of the group show hidden tabs. Each tap expands on the right side of the group.
Remove tabs from groups
Removing an individual tab from a group can be done by right clicking on the tab and then selecting the "Remove from group" button. 
. You can choose from two options if you want to delete the entire group: "Cancel Group" and "Close Group". The first option removes the group but leaves all tabs open, while the latter removes the group and closes each tab.
Right-click the name or icon of the group, and then select the option that best suits you.