At any given time, you may have several Chrome tabs open. The more you have, the more unwieldy they become to read, manage, use, and so on. But imagine if you could sort them into groups. Enter: Chrome8217;s new tab grouping feature. You can now make a group by right-clicking on one tab and assigning it a custom name and colour. You’ll then see the colour of the group under all the tabs.
- Right-click on a single tab
- Select 8220;Add Tab to Group8221; option
- When you create a new group, you can assign it a name and colour
- To move a tab to a different group after, just drag and drop it.
Google plans to release tab grouping to Chrome browser users running ChromeOS, Windows, Mac, and Linux machines. The rollout will be slow. If you want to start using the feature right now, update to the latest beta version of Chrome here and then restart your browser.