Note: Tab Groups is an experimental feature, and has not been rolled out to the public yet. Though you can try it, keep in mind the warning your browser shows that “you could lose browser data or compromise your security or privacy” if you enable the experimental feature.
How to Enable Tab Groups in Chrome
Open Chrome browser on your computer, click on the address bar, type
chrome://flags and hit Enter. Then type Tab Groups in the search box to find the ‘Tab Groups’ flag.
You can also directly type
chrome://flags/#tab-groups in the address bar to find the flag quickly.
When you see the flag ‘Tab Groups’ on your screen, click on the drop-down menu next to it and select Enabled.
The browser will show a message that your changes will take effect the next time you relaunch Google Chrome. Click on the Relaunch button to restart the browser right away.
How to Enable Tab Groups in Microsoft Edge
If you’re using the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, you can enable ‘Tab Groups’ feature in it as well. Go to the address bar, type edge://flags and press enter. Then click on the ‘Search Flags’ box and type ‘Tab Groups’.
You can also directly type or paste
edge://flags/#tab-groups in the address bar and hit enter to find the experimental flag quickly.
When you see the ‘Tab Groups’ flag on screen, click on the drop-down menu next to it and select Enabled.
Then click on the Restart button at the bottom of the screen to restart the browser and enable ‘Tab Groups’ feature in Edge.
The Tab Groups feature is very sophisticated and has been created to ease the user experience. So to that end, it’s implementation and usage is very simple.