Tab Groups (also known as Panorama) are an easy way to organize a lot of tabs. With Tab Groups, you can visually group related tabs, switch between groups and quickly search through all of your tabs. This article will have you juggling dozens of tabs in no time.
If you're a tab addict, regularly ending up with more tabs than fit on the Tab Strip, Tab Groups were made for you. They're also great for grouping tabs by task and then switching between them. Try out the steps in the rest of this article – you'll quickly see how useful they are.
If you don't already have a number of tabs open to work with, do it now.
Switching between tab groups is easy. Just enter the tab groups view by clicking Command + Shift + ECtrl + Shift + E, then click on the tab group you want to view. The tab you clicked on will be active and only the tabs in that group will be visible.
Try it out: Tab Groups are great for grouping tabs by task. For example, you might have a group of tabs related to searching for a gift and another group for paying your bills online. Try creating groups for things you normally do online and use Tab Groups to switch between them. It's an easy way to stay organized.
Quickly find that tab – it's much easier than finding a needle in a haystack.
Tab Groups can easily be resized, rearranged and named. When you're done with a group you can close it and get rid of all of its tabs at once.
Enter the Tab Groups view by using the keyboard shortcut, Command + Shift + ECtrl + Shift + E.
When you are using Pinned Tabs with Tab Groups, they will be represented by their site's icon on the right side of each tab group.