Browser tabs can be both a blessing and a curse. It's very convenient to open multiple pages at once, but if you use multiple tabs, it can be difficult to manage them. That's where Google Chrome Tab Search comes in.
The Tab Search featured in Google Chrome 87 is exactly what it sounds like. Can you do click at a button to see a list of all your open tabs in all Chrome windows and browse for them easily. You can search for the title of the website or URL of site.
As mentioned, this feature requires that you have Chrome 87 or later installed. Available in Google Chrome for desktop (Windows and Mac) and to Chromebook with the latest version of Chrome OS.
Tab Search does not require any regulation. Appears as a simple developing arrow on the top tab line. To get started, click the arrow button or use the Ctrl + Shift + A keyboard shortcut (Cmd + Shift + A for Mac).
You will now see a vertical list of all tabs that you have opened in Chrome. The list includes all open windows of the Chrome browser, not just the current one window.
There is a box at the top of the pop-up window search. Start typing in frame to browse all open tabs.
You can use the arrow keys on keyboard to select a tab from the results and press Enter to go to tab. If you prefer, you can click on result to mouse and the cursor.
Are you ready! This is a very simple feature, but if you use too many tabs, you will help too much not to get lost.