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I Didn’t Realize How Much I Needed This: Color-Coded Chrome Tabs

I Didn’t Realize How Much I Needed This: Color-Coded Chrome Tabs

Google Chrome is rolling out a neat little update for everyone over the next week (it may already be out for some users by the time this posts). It’s a feature that I know I’m personally going to love, and I didn’t even realize how badly I needed it until now.

Let’s take a look!

Organize Your Browser Tabs in Google Chrome

If you are like me, there are probably times when you have way too many tabs open in your browser. I know when I’m doing research or shopping around for something, I tend to have dozens of tabs open while I’m looking around and trying to make a decision.

Google Chrome is finally offering some sweet sweet salvation for tab-hoarders (Google’s official term is more generous, calling us tab-collectors instead). In an upcoming update, Chrome will allow you to group tabs together and color-code them.

The update should be rolling out this week, but it will hit everyone at different times (Google deploys their updates out slowly).

Once the update has been installed, which by default, Chrome will do automatically, you’ll be able to right-click on tabs and group them together. You’ll be able to apply a color to tabs to keep the top of your browser organized.

Let’s have some fun in the comments - how many browser tabs (counting this site too) do you have open in your browser right now? Are you a tab-hoarder, or a tab-minimalist?

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