Good news! You can now enjoy Google Chrome's Auto Tabs Grouping feature on stable version

This news isn’t yet old that Google Chrome has recently added the “search for tab” feature for users who used to spend a lot of time looking for a specific tab in a sea of them. However, Google hasn't forgotten those who are tab minimalists and hardly open tabs more than nine to ten. To help them assist in organizing their work in a better way; “Tab Groups” is introduced by Google. This feature allows you color-coded tabs in the form of groups.

The new Auto Tab Groups Creation feature (which is available here: chrome://flags/#tab-groups-auto-create) will work when you open links right from a website/domain your are looking at, which will automatically group all those tabs by adding all the similar ones to a single group. You can also customize your tabs by removing and adding them from under and beneath the one you want to. Right from the context menu by selecting the “Add to the new group” option by right-clicking the tab you will make your group of tabs and as many to it as you want to.

Furthermore, Google is reported to have said that it will sync all these tabs opened across your devices. If it does so; it would allow you further easy access to what you have opened on your mobile to open it on your Chromebook too.

Additionally, to let you know; you can also change tab colors and name them uniquely for differentiation among tabs. There are eight colors to choose from. Chrome OS, Mac, Windows, and Linux users: all can get benefitted from this new update of Chrome in the latest update of Chrome browser. 10 percent faster loading of Chrome tabs would be effective in making you complete your work on time.

After testing this feature to the tabs months ago; Google has now finally added this update to Chrome. Unluckily, iOS and Android users might not get advantaged by this update.

Like all other features previously added by Google, this update will also hopefully be able to attract more users and gain a lead in comparison to other browsers.

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