Microsoft Edge allows setting tabs aside starting in Windows 10 Creators Update. This useful feature allows you to create tab groups in Edge which can be restored later or added to Favorites. Starting with build 17677, you can rename your tab groups to what you want.
The ability to set tabs aside in Microsoft Edge was implemented in Windows 10 Creators Update starting with build 14997. This allows you to have tab groups in Edge which are saved between browsing sessions.
Edge is the new default browser in Windows 10. It's a Universal app which has extension support, a fast rendering engine and a simplified user interface. Microsoft released Edge as the succesor to Internet Explorer to provide a smoother experience and modern web standards support.
Microsoft Edge has two buttons in the top left corner to manage your tabs. One of them can be used to set aside a group of tabs and the other can be used to restore them later or add them to Favorites directly.
How to use the Set Tabs Aside feature in Microsoft Edge
Open all the tabs you want to organize in a group. For example, it can be these the sites which you start with your daily browser session.
All opened tabs will be saved in a group. Groups are stored between browser sessions, which is very handy. You can create several groups of your choice.
Now, to restore the tabs you saved earlier, click the first icon from the left in the title bar, "Tabs you’ve set aside". The following user interface will be shown, where the groups you have are listed with tab previews.
If you running Windows 10 Build 17677 or above, you can rename the group of tabs. Here's how it can be done.
To rename a Tabs Aside Group in Microsoft Edge, do the following.
- Organize your tabs in groups as described above.
- Open your tab groups (Tabs you have set aside).
- Click on the tab label on the left.
- Specify the desired name for the group.
- Repeat these steps for all groups you want to rename.