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Save Your Chrome Tabs for Later Reading

March 8, 2024

Google Chrome is one of the most utilized Internet browsers in service and it is because it is constantly being updated with new features. One of the newest features Google has added is the ability for users to save tabs for later reading. Today, we’ll briefly go through the process.

Save Chrome Tabs for Later

For common users of Chrome, adding new tabs is easy and is something that tends to get out of control. In fact, many times you will find something interesting and not get around to reading the page because there is too much to do. Now Google has made it easy to save tabs for later and gives users the ability to manage them simply. Here’s how:

First you will need to right-click on the tab you want to save, select the Add tab to new group, you’ll need to toggle on the Save group and name the tab it will add your new group to your bookmarks bar. To save it for later, right click on the tab again and select Hide tab. This will save the tab to the front of your bookmarks bar for later reading. 

To get rid of the saved tab, just right click and select Remove from group

Google has been constantly improving the browser for over a decade. For more great tips and tricks for using the Chrome browser and other useful technology, return to our blog soon.

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