This can help you keep fewer tabs open and organize your browser.
- Open Chrome .
- Next to the address bar, select Tab search .
- Enter the name of a site or a related word.
- To go to the open tab or close the tab, select the name of the site.
- How do I get Chrome to open a search in new tab?
- How do I search a new tab?
- How do I find all my open tabs?
- How do I customize my new tab page in Chrome?
How do I get Chrome to open a search in new tab?
Scroll down on the Search Settings page until you see the "Where results open" header and then click the box for "Open each selected result in a new browser window." (Never mind that it says new "window." This setting will open results in a new tab.)
How do I search a new tab?
Paste chrome://flags/#enable-tab-search into the address bar, and then press the enter key on your keyboard.
- When the 'Enable Tab Search' flag is shown, set it to Enabled. Enable Tab Search in Google Chrome.
- When prompted, relaunch your browser, and the Tab Search feature will now be enabled in Google Chrome.
How do I find all my open tabs?
You can also view all your tabs and switch among them.
Switch to a new tab
- On your Android phone, open the Chrome app .
- To the right of the address bar, tap Switch tabs. . You'll see your open Chrome tabs.
- Swipe up or down.
- Tap the tab you want to switch to.
How do I customize my new tab page in Chrome?
To customize the new tab page in Chrome, open a new tab and click the Customize button. Then select Background, Shortcuts, or Color and theme to change parts of the new tab page. Finally, click Done.