Tab grouping lands on Chrome for Android: how to use this powerful new feature

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Earlier this week, Google quietly released an updated interface for Chrome on Android, displaying open tabs in a grid instead of as stacked cards. Beyond this aesthetic change, though, the update also includes tab groups, one of the most flexible and powerful features for desktop Chrome. Here’s what tab groups can do, and how you can enable or disable this new feature.

Firstly, the new layout has been enabled by default on many devices, especially Pixels. If you’re on the latest version of Chrome but still see your tabs arrayed as overlapping cards, you can head over to chrome://flags/#enable-tab-grid-layout …
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