How to automatically group tabs in chrome in 2022 (Updated!)

Here is how to automatically group tabs in Chrome.
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Back in May 2020, Google announced a new group tabs feature on Google Chrome that lets you group similar tabs into one and label them.

“There are two types of people in the world: tab minimalists who have just a few tabs open at a time and tab collectors who have…significantly more. For minimalists and collectors alike, we’re bringing a new way to organize your tabs to Chrome: tab groups” – Google

If you want to create a group you need to right-click on the tab, add a tab to the group, and label them with a custom name and color. Once the tabs are grouped together, you can move and reorder them on the tab strip.

If you find it a hassle to manually create group tabs manually, this guide is for you. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to automatically group tabs on Google Chrome on the desktop. You just need to install a chrome extension, that’s it. The extension will do things for you.

How to automatically group tabs in chrome

1. Desktop

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Image: Google Chrome extension Tabius is already added to Google chrome and it’s working. If you haven’t added in place of remove from chrome you will find additional to chrome.
  • Open Google Chrome on your PC and visit the Google chrome web store or click this link to visit directly.
  • Once you are in click add to chrome to add chrome extension to Google Chrome
  • The extension automatically groups tabs for you.

2. Mobile

Unlike desktop, you don’t need any extension on mobile to automatically group tabs. You can just simply use the options that are directly built into the latest version of Google Chrome browser. This method can be applied to the Google chrome browsers installed on both Android and iOS.

Step 1: Open any web page and long press on any link you want to open in the new tab.

Step 2: You will see a pop-up, Now select “Open in a new tab in Group Option”.

Step 3: You can see how the tab is opened in the same Group tab. You can tap on the favicon to shift between tabs

Step 4: You can also switch between Group tabs when you are switching between the apps.

Step 5: You can close the tabs on the group individually or you can close the complete group of tabs

So, this is how you can automatically group tabs in Google Chrome on both mobile and desktop. Hope you find this tutorial helpful for you. If you have any suggestions you can suggest us at For more helpful guides you can click the links below.

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