The Tab Groups Feature Of Google Chrome Which Makes It Easier For Users To Stay Organized is Now Available For All Users In The Latest Version

Back in May of this year, Google announced that a handy new feature is coming to Chrome. Called the Tab Groups feature, it would make it easier for you to stay organized while using the Chrome browser. The feature allows Chrome users to organize active tabs into different groups and enhance their workflow. The feature is available for users in the latest version of the Chrome browser on Chrome OS, Mac, Windows, and Linux. Furthermore, the version 85.0.4183.102 of the Chrome browser enables this feature by default for all users.

The company has been working on this feature for quite a while and Google rolled out this feature to some users earlier this year. Now, after extensive A/B testing, the company has confirmed that it is available for everyone in the latest version of the Chrome browser. The Tab Groups functionality has been available to people via the beta channel or flags.

Using the new functionality, users can put collections of various tabs together into a tab group, and users can organize this group with names and colors. The groups will make it easier for you to organize your tasks according to your needs. The feature is easy to use and users can basically configure the functionality to lump similar sites together and clean up the Chrome browser. This functionality is particularly useful for those users who have dozens of unorganized tabs open.

If you want to create a new tab group, you first need to click on a tab and select the ‘Add to new group’ option. After a new tab group is created, you can drag various open tabs across the tab group strip and these tabs will automatically be added into the group. Moreover, tapping on the group icon will open a menu that will allow you to set a custom name as well as color. If you want to add a tab to an existing tab group, you need to right on the tab and select the ‘Add to existing group’ option and then choose the tab group.

If you are using the Chrome browser on Mac or Windows, you need to update it to version 85.0.4183.102 to get this feature. On the other hand, updating your Chrome for Chromebook to version 85.0.4183.84 or newer should enable the feature. However, it is not yet clear when the new functionality will be rolled to iOS and Android.



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