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If you are like most people and have too many tabs open at 1 time, your web browser has a handy feature to help you keep your tabs organized. Chrome, Edge and Brave have a feature tab groups.

Tab groups will allow you to group tabs together to make navigating tabs a little easier.

To create a group on Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Brave Browser, right-click one of the tabs you want to place into your first group, and select โ€œAdd tab to a new group.โ€ In the following prompt, give the group a name and pick the color that will underline all the tabs in this group, then press enter.

You can add tabs into this group, right-click on the tab and click to Add to a group > [group name], or you can drag it into the groupโ€™s color.

You can click on the group label to collapse the group and click it again to expand the group

Group your tabs and keep your web browser organized.

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