Google Chrome to have 'Save Tab Group' option; Here's how you can access it
It is essential to remember that it may not function as intended because the feature is still in development. The functionality will most likely be available on all desktop versions of Google Chrome when it is released.
Google Chrome includes a feature called Tab Groups that keeps similar tabs together in one group. The functionality is updated so that users may store whole Tab Groups to return to them after closing your browser. The feature has not yet been released and is still in the works. The new functionality will include a "Save Group" option in the drop-down menu that appears in the Tab Group box itself. Users will also be able to name and colour their tab groups to make them easier to discover.
The forthcoming feature was discovered by a Twitter user who goes by the handle @Leopeva64. According to the user, the functionality is not yet accessible and is being worked on. He stated that the "Save Group" option would be introduced to Chrome's edit bubble shortly. According to the advice, Tab Groups are kept in the bookmarks bar and are deleted if the user deactivates Tab Groups. The functionality was discovered in Google Chrome's Canary Channel as a flag.
Users may also test the functionality by visiting chrome:/flags/ and looking for the Tab Groups feature. To use the functionality, users must change the flag to "Open." It is essential to remember that it may not function as intended because the feature is still in development.
The functionality will most likely be available on all desktop versions of Google Chrome when it is released. Google Chrome's Tab Groups feature was released in August of last year, along with other features such as Tab Throttling and others.
Meanwhile, Google Meet, the tech giant's video conferencing programme, has received an upgrade that includes a slew of new capabilities for both free and Workspace customers. The additional features have been included to make meeting control easier.
It stated that the new capabilities are among the most desired by its customers, with the option to add up to 25 co-hosts for meetings being the highlight. Other enhancements include additional moderating techniques and safety precautions, as well as an improved Quick Access setting. Google stated in a statement that not all of the new capabilities would be available to all users.