The various technology firms are constantly innovating to try to make life easier for users. Today, Google is in the process of developing a new feature for its Google Chrome browser. This is the ability to create groups at the level of the navigation tabs, automatically.
Groups, Google introduced them to Chrome 85. It is a way for users to group similar tabs and give them a name. It is also possible to use color codes for better management. According to the information, the firm is also on the verge of adding an option that allows you to reduce groups, a feature that already exists on Chrome Canary.
In any case, the real novelty will be this automatic grouping of tabs which aims to improve the user experience.
In full preparation
From what can be seen on Chrome Canary, Google is already experimenting with its new functionality. Indeed, we can already see that there is a “Tab Groups Auto Create” section on Canary. However, the feature still seems to be in full development since there is still nothing happening when you activate it.
Apart from that, we already have some idea of the action of this new option when using the Google browser. This would in fact be to automatically create a group of tabs when the user opens "a tab with the same domain as its parent tab".
Few known details
So far, very little is known about the different possibilities that this new feature of Chrome will offer. We can especially wonder how the browser will proceed to correctly create the groups.
In any case, if you are curious to know more about this new option, you can do a little research on your own by opening the Chrome Canary browser and visiting the chrome: // flags page. On this page, you will need to search for "Tab Groups Auto Create" and click on the box to the right to select "Enabled". Finally, you will have to restart the browser.