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      Google is going to organize tabs in Chrome in a better way

      2019-09-20T06:02:17.442Z

      Google has announced several changes to the Chrome browser on its blog. For example, tabs need to be bundled better if many of them have been opened.


      Google has announced several changes to the Chrome browser on its blog. For example, tabs need to be bundled better if many of them have been opened.

      The company will roll out a new design for tabs on Android in the coming weeks. This displays tabs as maps. Users can drag and stack them to group them. On iOS this variant is already there. Google hopes that opened tabs are better organized with this.

      Also on desktop it becomes easier to recognize all open pages. If many tabs are open, they have already been reduced in size and contain an icon that identifies the webpage. Google now adds an option that immediately shows the title of a page when you drag over it with the mouse cursor.

      For now it is only about the title and the url, later also small images are added that give a taste of the website. It is not known when this option will become available for desktop users.

      Source: nunl

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