How to Enable Tab Groups In Google Chrome
Starting in Google Chrome 80 the browser introduces a new GUI feature - Tab Grouping. It allows combining individual tabs into visually organized groups. Tab Grouping is enabled to a small group of users, but you can add it to your browser if it is not visible by default.
If you browse plenty of web sites, you have to deal with many tabs. Obviously, it is an annoying task to find a tab you have opened some time ago. Even if you try to categorize them into different browser windows, this only increases the clutter.
That's why Google is working on the Tab Grouping feature. It will allow you to easily differentiate a group of tabs united by the same topic by giving a name for the group, and by setting a color of your choice for tabs.
To Enable Tab Groups In Google Chrome,
- Open the Google Chrome browser.
- Type the following text in the address bar:
- Select Enabled from the drop down list next to the Tab Groups option.
- Restart the browser when prompted.
You are done. Now, let's briefly review the new feature.
How to Use Tab Groups In Google Chrome
- Right-click a tab you want to add to a new group.
- Select Add to new group from the context menu.
- Right-click another tab, and select Add to existing group to group it with the previous tab.
- Now, click on the Group indicator in the tab bar (the purple circle in my case). This will open a new dialog.
- Specify the desired Tab Group name and its color if you want.
- Also, you can ungroup the tabs, or close all the tabs in the group using that menu.
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