Chrome Tab Groups make its way to Release channel.

Google has finally updated an update to the Release channel, updating the browser to a new version. The new update brings a new feature to the Chrome, that was announced in May this year. This new feature is the Chrome Tab Groups.

You can get this by updating to v85.0.4183.83, which is currently available for download. All you have to do is head to chrome://settings and head to About Chrome, and then check for updates. Now after update is downloaded, hit restart to restart browser. Now here is a twist, you cannot directly use tab groups.

All you have to do is, move to chrome://flags and search for groups or head here chrome://flags/#tab-groups. now Activate Tab Groups using the drop down, and then activate the #tab-groups-collapse and #tab-groups-feedback.

Sequence to go with:

  1. First, head to chrome://flags/#tab-groups
  2. Now Activate the tab groups,
  3. Then activate chrome://flags/#tab-groups-collapse
  4. And then chrome://flags/#tab-groups-feedback
  5. Relaunch the browser.

Now to use the tabs, Select a tab, right click, and Add to group. You can even assign colors to the tab groups.

This feature is pretty handy if you do not want a messed up tab bar when you use Chrome.

Source: No source but download Chrome from here

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  1. It would sure be nice if updates didn’t force something that has an effect on end user experience.

    I get it. Software needs updating. Bit for the love of god, keep forced changes to non front-facing, non feature related, and in the GD background. Tell me about tab groups. If something like that matters whatever to me, I’ll enable it myself.

    God I really can’t stand choices being made for me. And if I’m interested in doing something differently, I’m perfectly capable of navigating menus and enabling what I want.

    I know this page is just passes the info, but on a soapbox and had to vent. Pages posting the fix as though forced feature changes is cool in the first place without calling out google for being annoying. I could understand if “disabling” wasn’t a simple option. If it’s not part of the app anymore, fine. Otherwise, get the hell out of my phone’s feature menu, Google.

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