This helps us keep things organized, pretty much because pages from the same domain are automatically included in new groups, so it should technically be easier to find a specific tab in Google Chrome.
Tab grouping has been around for a while in Chrome Canary, but it now looks like Google is making some serious progress, so the feature could be promoted to the Dev and beta channels rather sooner than later.
The first thing you need to know about tab grouping is that right now, the feature comes disabled by default, and it’s hiding behind an experimental flag that you need to enable manually within the browser.
Tab Groups The shortcut comes down to just copying the code below and pasting it in address bar of Google Chrome Canary:
chrome://flags/#tab-groups The default state of the flag means it’s disabled, so you need to switch it to enabled and then reboot the browser to save your settings.
To do this, it’s enough to simply click the parent tab (before the first page from the domain that you loaded) and you should see a popup screen that lets you define a title.
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