Select Multiple Chrome Tabs By Domain Or History

Windows: If you’ve ever wanted to work with multiple tabs at a time (like moving or pinning them), Chrome’s Dev channel has just added a feature that lets you select multiple tabs by domain, from where you opened them.

The latest update for Chrome Dev for Windows allows you to select multiple tabs, by Ctrl-clicking, or right-clicking on a tab and selecting all tabs with the same domain or tabs opened from the same tab. You can then move them as a group or use all the tab right-click options, such as reload or pin, for all of the tabs you have selected. The feature needs to be enabled in about:flags first, though.

The feature’s all the way at the bottom of about:flags, and it’s called “Add grouping to tab context menu”. Enable it, restart your browser, and enjoy your new tab grouping features.

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