Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 03:14 pm
The Google Chrome browser has learned to remember and display closed groups of tabs in the browsing history
Developers at Google continue to improve their Chrome web browser by regularly adding useful features. Previously, the browser introduced the ability to group tabs. Still, now it became known that the user-closed groups of tabs will appear in the browsing history to be easily restored if necessary.
Tab grouping is a useful tool, especially among users who constantly interact with many tabs. With this function, you can group tabs, for example, by topic, making it easier to navigate within the browser. The only problem with such grouped tabs is that it is quite problematic to restore its contents if the group is accidentally closed. This is because such tabs do not appear in your browser’s browsing history.
The good news is that this is about to change. In one of the latest versions of Chrome Canary, groups of tabs closed by the user are displayed in the browsing history, which greatly facilitates restoring them. Moreover, in just a few clicks, you can restore not a separate tab but the entire group as a whole.
The new feature is only available in the latest versions of the Chrome Canary browser at this stage. Exactly when it appears in the stable versions of the browser is still unknown.