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Last week, Google previewed one of the most approved appearance in Chrome — aggregate tabs. The aggregation is now rolling out the new adaptation of Chrome (v83) with this affection to all users.

Before using Chrome‘s new tab alignment feature, you will need to update the browsers. To do that, Go to by beat on the three-dot menu on the top right. Alternatively, you can type “chrome://settings/help” in the abode bar. The browser will automatically update and prompt you to restart.

After you’ve adapted the browser, here’s how you can use Chrome‘s group tab feature:

  • Open Google Chrome on your desktop.
  • Right-click on a tab.
  • If you want to create a new group, click on You’ll see a new black dot next to the tab.
  • To rename the group, or to change the color, you can tap on that black dot.
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  • If you want to add it to an absolute group, go to and select a group.
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Note: Even after afterlight your Chrome browser, if you don’t see tab alignment option, type “chrome://flags/#tab-groups” in the abode bar and enable the feature.

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If you already have some tab groups, you can move them to a new window, open a new tab in the group, or ungroup them. Google said in the future it will also give you an option to collapse tab within a group, so they take up less space. That would be the icing on the cake.

I often have so many tabs open in Chrome that the sites’ favicons aren’t visible, and I can’t absolutely find the tab I’m attractive for. This new affection should help with that at least a little bit. Try it out and let me know if it solves this botheration for you.

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