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  • Updated: December 07, 2022

Chrome New Features Enable Easy Search For Tabs, Bookmarks, History From Address Bar

Google is making it simpler for users to search through tabs, bookmarks, and history with new shortcuts from the address bar.

Now users may search for websites by typing @tabs, @bookmarks, or @history.

The most useful of the features is undoubtedly tab search.

Chrome already has a tab search feature, but to access it, you must either click the bottom arrow symbol or keep in mind the shortcut Shift + Cmd (Ctrl) + A.

It is simpler to use @tab and to rapidly look for an open tab from the address bar.

If you attempt to open a duplicate tab, the address bar will indicate that you already have that tab open; you can access it by selecting "Switch" from the drop-down menu that appears.

You have to access the bookmark manager via the bookmark menu in order to search for bookmarks.

You may search across shortcuts with the new @bookmark shortcut. The new @history shortcut can also be used in a similar manner.

The Arc and SigmaOS are two examples of newer browsers that allow users to have as many tabs open in the background as they'd like.

After then, users can rapidly access these tabs using a search bar or keyboard shortcuts.

Through these new shortcuts, Chrome provides similar accessibility to tabs, bookmarks, and history.

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