We’ve all been there. You open Google Chrome. Surfing the web brings you to so many websites. A Slack message dings or a text chimes in. You don’t want to close your tabs. You’ll save that Deseret News article for later.
But over time, Deseret News articles will pile up. Soon you’ll have one about Lori Vallow, Guy Fieri and “The Last Dance” piled in your tabs. Add those to the tabs you’ve opened for your annual business reports spreadsheet and that TikTok video your cousin sent you, and suddenly your tabs are packed.
Well, Google Chrome is about to make things a little easier for you.
How does it work? So, you open up a bunch of tabs. Let’s say you’re reading some Deseret News articles. You right-click on one of them and tap the “add tab to group” option. Create a group, give it a name and color and make it easy to find. Then, that tab — and any others you select — will be added to that group. You can create multiple groups, too.
According to Engadget, your groups will load automatically when you close Google Chrome, too.