Get started with Tab organizer in Chrome

To help you stay organized, Chrome can suggest and automatically create tab groups.


To use this feature, make sure that you:

  • Are located in the US and at least 18 years old.
  • Are signed in to your Google Account.
  • Turn on Sync and make sure you sync your History. Learn more about sync in Chrome.
  • Turn on Experimental AI.

Turn on Experimental AI

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Select More More and then Settings and then Experimental AI.
  3. Turn on Try out experimental AI features and then Tab Organizer.

Group your open tabs with Tab organizer

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Open the sites you want to group together.
  3. At the top left, select Tab search .
    • If you have Chrome open on a Mac, at the top right, select Tab search .
    • You can also open Tab search via:
      • An open tab: Right-click on an open tab. Then, select Organize similar tabs.
      • Chrome menu: Select More More and then Organize tabs.
  4. Under “Organize tabs,” select Check now.
    • Only one suggested group will display at a time.
    • When you find a list of tabs for a suggested group, you can:
      • Edit the suggested tab group name.
      • Remove a tab that you don’t want to include. To remove a tab:
        • Hover your mouse over the tab you want to remove and then select Remove .
  5. Select Create group.
    • At the top left, you’ll find the added group.


  • To edit a tab group, right-click on the tab group name.
  • To add a new tab group for other tabs, repeat the steps above.

Fix errors with Tab organizer

No tab groups found
If you only have a few tabs opened, you might receive this error. You can open another tab and try again.
Something went wrong
If you receive this error, try again later. You can also open different tabs and try again.

How your data is used for Tab organizer

When you use Tab organizer, the page titles and URLs of open tabs in the active window and your feedback are collected. As described in our Google Privacy Policy, this information is used to improve this feature, which includes generative model research and machine learning technologies. Learn more about our Google Generative AI Prohibited Use Policy.

For example, Google uses your feedback to increase the effectiveness of the safety policies and help address some of the challenges with large language models.

To improve Tab organizer, Chrome has a review process, which includes human review of data, to help understand the types of problems that occur.

Generative AI Terms of Service
You agree that your use of Tab organizer is subject to the Google Terms of Service.

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