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An Easy End to Endless Tabs? New Chrome AI Feature To Help Users Group Tabs Together Faster

In an announcement made on January 23, Google announced new generative AI features for its Chrome browser, including a function that makes it much easier to organize tabs.

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In a blog post published today on their website (Tuesday), Google announced that it would be introducing generative AI functions for its Chrome browser to help users organize their tabs, choose themes, and help users draft writing for all kinds of purposes online.

Currently, Chrome allows users to group tabs manually, thus avoiding a difficult to navigate mess while keeping many websites open, but this can often be painstaking and even confusing. The purpose of the new Tab Organizer will be to help make suggestions and group tabs without all the careful clicking and busy work.

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