We all know at least one person who browses the internet with dozens and dozens of tabs open at the same time. Maybe you are that person. As the maker of the world's most popular web browser, Google isn't about to tell you how to browse the internet, but the company does have a solution for people with a jumbled mess of disorganised tabs in their browser. Tab groups.
This new feature will allow users to group their tabs into nicely colour-coded groups which can be given a name and can be moved around together as a group. If you're thinking "Well, this is nice, but it's just an aesthetic change, there's nothing really functional about it", don't worry, Google is already planning on an upgrade to tab groups which will allow tabs to be collapsed when not in use, thus clearing space in your tab bar.
I'm currently using tab groups to separate my leisure tabs from my work tabs, and it looks really nice. There's something pleasing about the grouping of tabs, and when I can finally collapse my tab groups this feature will be even more useful.
Do you think this will be a useful feature for you? What kind of user are you? Do you keep your tabs to a minimum or do you keep every tab open until you turn off your computer?