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Google Chrome Is Finally Letting You ‘Marie Kondo’ Tabs To Keep Them Organized

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Google Chrome is launching a new feature, called Tabs Groups, to help users manage their open tabs neatly.

With Tab Groups, users will be able to organize their tabs according to labels, and even color-code or tag them with emojis for easy access.

The feature is currently available through a beta version, though the official release will land on the desktops across Chrome OS, Windows, Mac and Linux next week.

When it’s up, you can access it by right-clicking a tab and selecting “Add tab to group.” From there, you will be able to move it to an existing group or create a new one with a name and label.

A little organization can go a long way. Managing your tabs just got easier on desktop. Learn more about the latest version of tab groups, now available in #Chrome beta: https://t.co/enX8yrjaN9 pic.twitter.com/gebDyzoEo2

— Chrome (@googlechrome) May 13, 2020

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