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Google is apparently working on a new feature that will make it easier for users to organize tabs in Chrome.
The addition, which is currently in development in the Canary channel, is called “Organize Tabs” and it will be accessible from the More tools submenu.
According to Chrome insider @Leopeva64, the new “Organize Tabs” feature will be located on the top left of the screen, between the Search tab menu and the tabs. There will also be an option to organize tabs in the Search tab menu.
Take a look by yourself here.
— Leopeva64 (@Leopeva64) September 13, 2023
In other words, the Organize Tabs feature will be easy to access and use. You can either click the button on the top left of the screen or select the option in the Search tab menu.
Unfortunately, though, Google’s new “Organize Tabs” feature is still in its early stages of development, so we don’t have many details about how it will work yet. The feature is currently just a placeholder in the Canary version of Chrome, so it’s not yet functional.
In case you missed it, Google Chrome users have a lot to be excited about lately. The web browser giant has just released its latest version with a number of new features, including a new rounded design, new color palettes and fonts, and more.