Chrome 89 - Group Tabs

Quick Hint - Tips and Shortcuts

Depending on how you use the browser (Chrome) or after a longer research session, it can happen that you quickly have a lot of tabs open and lose track of your open tabs.

Chrome can now help you keep track of your tabs even better with "Tab Groups". To create a tab group, just right-click any tab and select Add tab to new group. In addition, it is then also possible to expand/collapse a tab group or reorder it by simply dragging the colored circle.

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Create your tab group

  1. Right-click a tab
  2. Click Add Tab to new group.
  3. Click New Group or click the name of an existing tab group.

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Name your new group and customize the color

  1. Right-click the colored circle next to the tab group you wish to name.
  2. Enter a name for the tab group.
  3. Pick a color for the tab group.

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Comments (2)

Kirk Reed's photo

Even though it's a great feature, the workflow is tedious. Not sure how grouping can be made easier.

Robin Glaeser's photo

Hey Kirk! I am completely with you but nevertheless it is a first step in the right direction. I hope they will keep working on it in the future and improve the workflow!