Confused with multiple Chrome tabs on phone, Google will help you simplify

by September 20, 2019 0 comments

We all use Google Chrome multiple times a day to search for information and what we would love the most is that keeping track of tabs shouldn’t distract us from goals. Google in a new update has announced new tab improvements and more options to customize Chrome, so that you are better equipped to take on the day.

We all while searching information over the internet at times jump from one tab to another unless we find exactly what we are looking for. To help simplify your tab openings, Google over the next few weeks will launch a new grid layout on Android, which will help you select tabs more easily and preview thumbnails of the tabs you have open. The feature is already available for iOS users.

You will also get a new way to group tabs on your Android device, which helps you keep track of the tabs that are open. To do this, drag and drop one tab on top of another in the new tab grid layout. After opening one of the grouped tabs, you can easily switch between the tabs in the group using the new tab switcher at the bottom of your screen.

The tab grid layout and tab grouping capabilities will make it easier for users to stay organized in Chrome on your Android device if you open multiple tabs in a day. You can also now preview your tabs by hovering over them with your cursor. At present, you will only see the page title, but, soon you’ll be able to see a thumbnail of the page too.

And, if you want to save a link from your smartphone to open it later on your laptop or any other device, you now no longer have to email it first to yourself. Instead, you can use Chrome browser to send a tab to another computer, phone, or tablet on which you are signed in and have sync enabled.

Google is also bringing a slight change to the Chrome’s address bar to help you get to your results faster than ever. Available on both desktop and Android, answers will show up inside the address bar where you type your query – whether you’re looking for results about sporting events or instant answers about the local weather or translations of a foreign word.

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