How to group and change tab color in Chrome

I’ve already talked about Chrome’s tab group feature before, however I was only in the experimental features section of the flag when I wrote the article. Google has now fully introduced the feature that is accessible to all users. So if you want to tidy up a bunch of open tabs in Google Chrome, here’s how to easily group and change the color of tabs in Chrome. Let’s start.

Group and add color to tabs in Chrome

1. Native tab group method

Before you can group tabs by color in Chrome, you must group your tabs. Grouping tabs is extremely easy and allows you to free up space in the browser. You can use group tabs based on page type, view later, importance, or any other criteria. Let’s see how you can group tabs in a few easy steps using the native method.

one. Open Chrome and right-click on the tab with which you want to create a new group. Click on Add tab to new group option to create a new group of tabs.

two. This will create a new group of tabs by adding a border to the current tab. You will also see a new popup window with group tab options like name, color, new window option, etc.

To make the new grouped tabs unique and easy to identify, you can name them. Otherwise, the tab group will automatically take the name of the first tab as the group title. You can also give it a unique color in this step. Follow the same steps to create multiple group tabs and add color to any tab in Chrome.

3. Once you create a new tab group, you will get two options each time you right-click and select the Add tab to group option. You can add it to the existing group or make a New group.

Four. If you’ve somehow managed to create tons of tab groups, you can minimize and keep the group title in preview. To do that, simply click on the title of any group tab which will condense all the tabs into a single home tab.

In case you want to change the color of the eyelash, you can also do that at any time. All you have to do is right-click and select the desired tab color.

2. Tab Colorizer (extension)

Although the native method is the best way to group and color-code your tabs, it may not be the best option for all. First, it requires you to create groups that add a small but additional group tab for each group. Second, if you create too many groups, the entire tab bar will look cluttered. You can easily solve that problem with the Tab Colorizer extension. It lets you color-code the tabs with a keyboard shortcut, so let’s see how it’s done.

one. Go to the Tab Colorizer extension page and click Add to Chrome.

two. An icon will appear in the extensions section in the upper right corner. To add a color code to any tab, just use the command Ctrl + Shift + Space on Windows and Command + Shift + Space on Mac. If the tab icon does not change color, be sure to refresh the page. Also, you can switch between colors by pressing the keyboard shortcut more than once.

The default color options are more than sufficient for most users. If that’s not enough, you can also add more colors to the palette in the extension settings.

Get Eyelash Colorizer

3. Color tab (extension)

It does not color-code the tab icons, but rather the entire tab itself. So if you are tired of seeing boring information or blank spaces every time you open a new tab, this is for you. It is a very simple extension and adds vivid colors to new lashes. So the next time you open a new tab, you will be greeted with a completely random color scheme.

This extension does not add any functionality as such, but it is sure to brighten your day from time to time with vivid and soothing colors splashed across your screen.

Get Color tab

Closing words: the best way to get the color of the tabs in Chrome

It’s a good idea to keep tabs open to a minimum because more tabs open means slower Chrome and slower performance. But if you have to keep multiple tabs open, you now have the option to color tabs in Google Chrome in two different ways.

Read also: How to use the OneTab extension effectively

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