Between work resources, social media, and email, it’s easier for your browser to get cluttered with multiple open tabs. When you have several tabs open, you tend to lose track of what’s more important to you.
If you often work with multiple tabs open, Google Chrome is perhaps the best option for you. Chrome has received a new feature that makes it easier to search and switch between open tabs. It helps you to keep track of the tabs that are important for you.
This new feature was introduced with Chrome version 87. It saves you from the trouble of guesswork and enables you to navigate through the tabs with ease.
If you want to know how to search open tabs in Google Chrome, you are in the right place. In this post, we will cover the steps following which you can use this feature without any confusion.
Steps to search your open tabs in Chrome:
- Open Google Chrome:
- In Chrome you will notice a new down button beside the address bar:
- Click, on the button, to see the recently closed tabs:
- On the search bar type in the name of the tab, and you will find the tab you are looking for: