How to create and save Chrome tab groups

Chrome page showing the Verge, with tab groups on top, and surrounded by artistic illustrations.
Illustration by Samar Haddad / The Verge

I usually have at least half a dozen or more projects going at once: I can be writing or updating several short pieces, editing one or two others, getting ready for Apple or Google or some other company to announce their latest and greatest, or dealing with some other project. Each of these projects usually involves several tabs on my Chrome browser: one for the article itself, several for online sources that I need to read or link to, and perhaps also a document or spreadsheet that I’m sharing with my team. And that’s not even counting the tabs for my email accounts (work and personal), calendars (ditto), and other social networking.

Once upon a time, I would have had to create bookmarks for all those tabs if I wanted to keep them in…

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Author: Barbara Krasnoff