We have been looking forward to tab groups in Google Chrome for a long time and now, after months of development, they are finally becoming available to all users.
If you’re the type who keeps dozens of tabs open at once, tab groups can save you a lot of time and effort finding the one you want and keeping it organized. As the name suggests, you can group related tabs together into a convenient cluster.
It has been possible for some time to test groups of tabs by turning on an experimental Chrome flag. As reported by 9to5Google, the function is leaving the test phase and is available in the stable version of the browser by default.
Start by grouping your tabs
To try out tab groups, first make sure you have the latest version of Chrome (version 85.0.41
When you find the correct version, right-click a tab. You should see the Add Tab to New Group option in the context menu. You can create as many groups as you want this way. Then right-click on other tabs and choose which group you want to add them to.
You can rename your tab groups by right-clicking the dot next to them as shown above. You can also change the color of the point to make each group easier to identify. Have fun grouping!