Messy Chrome with too many tabs? A new feature for automatically organizing cards is on the way
Google seems to be working on a new experimental feature for so-called automatic organization of open tabs in its web browser. Thus, your possibly messy Chrome browser would become more transparent to work with if you practice many open tabs at the same time.
The new feature should automatically group and categorize the multitude of tabs that flood your Chrome while surfing the web. How the new feature works was posted in a video by the X (Twitter) account @Leopeva64after spotting it on his Chrome Canary edition of the web browser with experimental features.
Basically, to use it, if and when it’s officially available to everyone, you should click on “Organize Tabs” in the upper left corner of the browser, and as a result, Chrome will group similar websites you’ve opened for you.
After that, you’ll get the option to rename groups of tabs as you like, just like you would do with folders on your desktop.
Definitely, this feature could help those who clutter up one browser window with a lot of open tabs, and we’ll see how useful it really will be after its launch.
Perhaps, instead of complicating things, as it seems, Google could have simply introduced so-called vertical tabs, as is the case with Brave or Edge browsers. However, in the end it may turn out that the Google function is more useful, which we will see only if it takes root among users.