Google has begun testing a new useful feature for users of the branded Chrome browser.
In a fresh test build of Chrome Canary, there is a new flag that describes how the automatic tab grouping feature works.
By and large, no details are given in the description – tab groups are automatically created for users if tab grouping is enabled. The function will be available in the desktop version of the browser for Windows, macOS, Linux and Chrome OS.
The tab grouping feature was introduced in Chrome a few months ago, but it was gradually rolled out and only became available to all users in September. However, until now, there was no talk of automation. Users can group tabs, name groups, and color them in different colors. All this is done with a simple right-click.