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As the number of business processes that are accessible via your browser increases, it’s important to use a browser that is fast and stable, like Google Chrome. There are many useful features in Chrome, including tabs that allow you to have more than one site open in the same window. You may constantly want to access the same sites and keep these tabs open though, and one way to ensure they are constantly within easy reach is to pin them to the tab bar.
What is Chrome’s Pin Tab feature
When using Chrome’s tabs, you will notice that tabs open from left to right. When you browse the Internet, you likely open the most used or important sites first, which means they will open to the left. The problem with this is we often have so many tabs open that it can be tricky to find or quickly navigate to the tabbed sites we use the most.
One way to solve this problem is by pinning these to the tab bar. When you do this, the tab will be pinned to the left-hand side and made smaller. This makes it easier to find your important tabs and keep these sites and tabs more organized.
How do I pin tabs?
If you would like to pin tabs:
Open the site you would like to pin in a new tab.
Right-click on the tab.
Select Pin Tab.
This will shorten the tab to just the site’s icon and move it to the far left of the tab bar. Pinning other tabs will also move them to the left, beside the other pinned tabs. Any new tabs will be opened to the right of pinned tabs.
It is important to note here that because the pinned tabs are smaller any live tabs, such as Gmail’s unread message counter, or Facebook’s chat reminder, will no longer be updated. For most tabs this is not an issue, but for tabs like Gmail you will have to physically click on the tab to check if you have any new emails.
How do I unpin or move tabs?
You can unpin tabs by right-clicking on the pinned tab and selecting Unpin Tab. You can also move the order of pinned tabs by clicking and holding on the pinned tab you would like to move and moving it left or right. As you do so, you will notice other tabs change order.
If you would like to close the pinned tab, either unpin it first and then press the X at the right-hand side of the tab, or right-click on the tab and select Close Tab.
Looking to learn more about using Chrome? Contact us today and we can show you how to enhance your business functions.
Published on 10th September 2014 by Jeanne DeWitt.