Google will help us organize our Chrome tabs, thanks to a new feature. From next week, it will be possible to arrange its tabs in groups and thus gain in ease of navigation and clarity.
Google Chrome will allow to better organize your tabs by grouping them
Google Chrome will launch a new feature next week that could be very useful. Lovers of organized tabs will be happy about it. The browser is developing a functionality that allows you to group its tabs into folders and display them at the top of the page. Nothing could be simpler to create these tab groups. Just right click and create a new group.
You can then name them and give them a color to identify them quickly. For work, you can, for example, choose the color blue and red for the personal tabs. The firm also explains that some prefer to arrange their tabs in order of priority and by category. It will also be possible to add emojis to clearly identify the categories.
After several months of testing, the functionality will finally be available to the general public. Google announces that the deployment will take place next week on Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS. Those who want to take advantage of it before this date can always download the Chrome Beta version, which allows them to take advantage of the new features in advance.
A little organization can go a long way. Managing your tabs just got easier on desktop. Learn more about the latest version of tab groups, now available in #Chrome beta: https://t.co/enX8yrjaN9 pic.twitter.com/gebDyzoEo2
— Chrome (@googlechrome) May 13, 2020
The arrival of this new functionality is timely since the use of telework has never been so high. To help these users, Google has stepped up initiatives, starting with the global deployment of Google Meet. If it was once reserved for professionals, the video conferencing application is now accessible to all. From their Gmail account, everyone can start or join a meeting. Doing Video Conference calls has never been that easy.