Chrome just got a big upgrade for scrolling through your tabs — how to try it now


Navigating tabs in Google Chrome is about to get much more convenient.

Scrollable tab bars are something you can already use in Safari and Firefox, so it’s about time Google implemented it for itself. And not only has it been added into Chrome, but the best part is also you can enable the feature yourself right now. Just make sure you’re using the latest version of the browser, Chrome 88.

If you’d like to try this feature for yourself, then navigate to chrome://flags via your omnibox, then search for “Scrollable TabStrip.” When you’ve found it, simply select “Enable.” 

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After enabling scrollable tabs, you can move through the tabs with either your mouse or trackpad. However, you can also use left and right arrow buttons, which you’ll find to the right of the new tab button if you activate another flag named “Tab Scrolling Buttons.” 


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