Google will soon make it easier for you to keep tabs. The feature has been tested in Chrome Beta for the past few months, and now Google will make the new tab manager option available to everyone, including systems on Chrome OS, Windows, Mac and Linux starting next week.
Dubbed Tab Groups, this new feature allows you to group related or similar Chrome browser tabs into a group, making it easier to locate your tabs. The feature is great for those doing research on the web or working on multiple Google documents or spreadsheets.
"Chrome's stability and performance is important to us, so we're slowly releasing Tab Groups in our upcoming version of Chrome, which is set to roll out next week," Google said in a blog post. To regain control of Chrome to manage tab clarity, don't wait for the public release of Tab Groups, just follow our simple instructions below to get started today.
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9659005] If you want to download Chrome tabs now, you can download the Chrome Beta browser from Google if you prefer not to wait for the public release of Tab Groups Please note that, as with all beta software, Chrome Beta may have its own set contains bugs and kinks.
1. Download Google Chrome
Go to Google's Chrome Beta page to download the beta version of the browser and install it on the operating system of your choice. before you have installed Chrome Beta version 81.
2. Start browsing
Start the new Chrome Beta browser you have installed and browse as you normally would. Start by opening tabs as part of your workflow.
3. Start grouping
To group similar or related tabs, right-click on the tab you want to group and select Add to new group from the context menu. Once you do this, you will see a gray outline at the top of that tab, along with a gray circle on the left side of that tab.
Left click on on the bell. A menu will appear where you can name the tab group and change the default color of the group.
4. Add to group
To add more tabs to the new tab group you have created, right click on the desired additional tabs and select the option to add to existing group . Then select the desired tab group.
5. Reorder Groups
Just like how to reorder tabs by dragging on them, you can do the same with Tab Groups. Click and hold on the tab group, and drag them around in the tab bar at the top of your Chrome Beta browser window to reorder and rearrange the tabs.
6. Leave a group
To remove a tab from a tab group, right-click on the tab that is part of that group and select Remove from group .