How to use Google Chrome's handy new tab-grouping feature – By Alison DeNisco Rayome cnet.com
Whether you're someone who keeps approximately 864,896 browser tabs open at the same time or gets overwhelmed by more than a baker's dozen, Google is adding another handy feature to its set of Google Chrome tools that will help you keep tabs on all of your tabs. A new feature called tab groups will let you group open websites together with one click, and label them with a custom name and color. Once you've created a group, you'll be able to move and reorder the tabs within.
5 Chrome Extensions You Should Use Right Now (2020) – By Simpletivity youtube.com VIDEO
Google Chrome extensions can save you so much time and effort. From grouping tabs to resizing your screen, extensions can give your web browser super-powers! In this video, Scott Friesen shares 5 Chrome extensions that will help you to boost your productivity.
How to Share Your Screen in Google Meet – By Khamosh Pathak howtogeek.com
If you’re using Google Meet for a team meeting or presentation, you might need to share your screen or browser window. We’ll show you how to share both!
The New Chromium-Based Edge Browser Rolls Out to All Windows 10 Computers – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com
Months after its initial launch, Microsoft is rolling out the new Chromium-based Edge browser through a Windows Update. All computers running Windows 10 version 1803 and higher will receive the update, along with the faster, redesigned Edge browser.
32 Gmail Hacks to Own Your Inbox – by Suzanne Scacca
It’s easy to confuse Gmail with other email providers. After all, how much can you really do with email besides send and receive messages?