How To Enable Tab Groups Feature on Chrome Browser (Stable Build)
How To Enable Tab Groups Feature on Chrome Browser (Stable Build)
How To Enable Tab Groups Feature on Chrome Browser (Stable Build)

It’s no doubt that Google Chrome is right now the best web browser. The good thing is that the web browser from Google is available for all platforms, including Windows, iOS, Android, Linux, etc. Comparted to all other web browsers, Chrome provides users more features, but it lacks customization options.

If you have been using Chrome for a while, then you might know that the browser doesn’t provide any tab management features. Tab management features on the web browser become useful if you have the habit of shuffling through hundreds of tabs.

To deal with tabs cluttering issues, Google introduced a new ‘Tab Groups’ feature on Chrome Canary a few months ago. The feature allows users to organize tabs into visually distinct groups. That means you can create groups and associate different tabs on it.

How To Enable Tab Groups Feature on Chrome Browser (Stable Build)

Previously, the feature was available only on Chrome Canary Build, but now it had arrived on the stable build of the Chrome browser. Yes, you read that right! The tab group feature is finally available on Google Chrome stable build.

In this article, we are going to share a detailed method to enable Tab Groups in the Chrome browser. You just need to tweak a few flags settings to enable the feature on the Google Chrome browser.

Step 1. First of all, open the Google Chrome browser on your Windows 10 PC.

Open the Google Chrome browser
Open the Google Chrome browser

Step 2. On the Chrome browser, enter ‘Chrome://flags’ on the URL bar and hit Enter.

Enter 'Chrome://flags'
Enter ‘Chrome://flags’

Step 3. This will open the Chrome’s Experiments page.

Chrome's Experiment page
Chrome’s Experiment page

Step 4. On the Search bar, type in ‘Tab Groups’

Search for 'Tab Groups'
Search for ‘Tab Groups’

Step 5. From the list of options, you need to look for the ‘Tab Groups’ option.

Step 6. Select ‘Enabled’ from the dropdown menu next to the flag.

Enable the 'Tab Groups' option
Enable the ‘Tab Groups’ option

Step 7. Finally, click on the ‘Relaunch’ button.

Click on 'Relaunch'
Click on ‘Relaunch’

Step 8. Once done, visit your favorite website to start grouping your tabs.

Visit your favourite website
Visit your favorite website

Step 9. Right-click on the tab and select ‘Add to New Group’ to create a new group.

Select 'Add to New Group'
Select ‘Add to New Group’

Step 10. If you want to assign another tab to the group, right-click on the tab and select ‘Add to existing group’

Assign another tab to the existing group
Assign another tab to the existing group

Step 11. You can also customize the color of the new group. For that, click on the colored circle appearing next to the tab and select the color.

Customize the tab group
Customize the tab group

Step 12. You can even give the group a name.

Give it a name
Give it a name

That’s it! You are done. This is how you can enable Tab groups feature on the Chrome browser.

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