Wednesday, April 26, 2017

3 Tips and Tricks to Manage Tabs in Chrome

Do you use the Chrome Browser? If you do, here are three tips and tricks to help you with managing your tabs in Chrome.

Tip 1 - Pin Tab Feature

Do you have a tab or tabs that you are going to be using all day? I often use the Pin Tab feature when I make presentations so that I don't accidentally close out of a tab. Even if you close Chrome, your pinned tab will still be there if you reopen your browser. Just right click on the tab that you would like to pin and choose "Pin Tab."



Tip 2 -  Open a Recently Closed Tab

Have you ever accidentally closed out of a tab? Instead of searching through your browsing history or retyping the URL, use the following shortcut to open a recently closed tab:



Tip 3 - Open Specific Pages to Start

Do you want a specific set of pages to open up when you open up your Chrome browser? If you open up your Settings in Chrome, you can choose "Open a specific page or set of pages" in the "On startup" section in Settings. Choose Set pages and enter the URL of the pages you would like to visit upon startup.



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