Google recently launched a new update for its browser, Google Chrome 87. As with so many other updates, this one also brought us several features that until now were only in the testing phase. With this update, there is a new addition that will definitely be very useful for some users, helping to considerably increase their productivity.
It has been possible for some time to manage tabs in Google Chrome, grouping them into groups. However, with the new version, a new functionality is also available that makes the management of tabs automatically, making the whole process much more practical and fluid.
However, for now, it is necessary to activate the automatic tab management through a flag. In case you don’t know what a flag on Chrome and want to discover 10 of the best available, check out this article that explains everything you need to know.
3 steps to enable automatic tab organization in Google Chrome 87
The process for searching and activating flags is very simple, you only have to follow a few steps and in no time, you will have new features available on your Google Chrome. However, it is important to note that these additional features may not be 100% prepared for daily use, and are still being improved.
- Go to the page chrome: // flags /
- Search for “Tab Groups“
- Enables the “Auto Groups Tab Create“
How the new Google Chrome tool works
For those who have the habit of having several tabs open on the same site, this is a feature that will prove to be extremely useful. Basically, as soon as you open multiple tabs from the same domain, Chrome will automatically group them into one group.
After having recognized the tabs and created the group, with a simple right-click, you will be able to edit its name and accent color. As you can see in the image above, the entire Google Chrome tab section is much more organized and easily accessible.
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