Are too many tabs cluttering up your Chrome browser? If you ever find yourself drowning in unorganized tabs when using Google Chrome, you may want to using the group tabs feature. Tab groups in Google Chrome give users the ability to put collections of tabs together into a group that can be organized with names and colors. This feature has existed for years in other browsers such as Vivaldi and Opera, and through browser extensions like OneTab. Anyway, This Feature is called tab groups in Google Chrome. Will let you group open websites together with one click, and label them with a custom name and color. For example, you might put technology articles you want to read into two groups labeled “Read this week” and “ read tomorrow”. The web pages within each group are automatically clustered together and assigned a color, which you can customize. Once you’ve created a group, you’ll be able to move and reorder the tabs within. The best part might be that groups are saved when you close and reopen Chrome, saving you the step of digging through your browser history to find just the website you’re looking for.
How to use Google Chrome’s new tab-grouping feature
1- When you have a tab open, right click on it and click “Add tab to new group”.
A colored circle will appear next to the tab, and when you click either the tab or the circle, the tab group menu will show.
2. Select the name and color of your tab group. If your Customize tab group however you like, using words or emoji for the group name. When you give the group a name, the circle disappears and is replaced by the label you gave it.
When you open new tabs, right click on them, and click Add to group, and select the group you’d like to add them to. The tabs in that group will be underlined with the color you chose.
3- If you don’t like the order in which the groups are organized, it’s easy enough to re-arrange them. Drag the label/colored circle around the tab bar until you’re happy with its location.
Move the location of grouped tabs
Hold down the left mouse button while hovering over the name of the group you wish to move, then move your mouse left or right. Once satisfied with the new location, release your left mouse button.
Removing Sites and Deleting Groups
Just like with adding sites, you can remove a site from a group several ways. If you want to remove a web page from a group but keep the page open, you can right-click its tab and select “Remove from group”.
Alternatively, you can drag the tab out of the group. If you want to remove a web page from the group and close its tab, you just need to click the tab’s “x”.
Note: Tab groups were initially added to Chrome 83. If you have not yet updated, we recommend updating to the latest version.
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