A new feature that has been present in Firefox for a long time, is now starting to be added by Google to their Chrome browser, where this feature will allow users to scroll open tabs in the browser title bar. they.
Just like in the picture above, users can now scroll the tab area to see more open tabs.
For now, basically, the view of open tabs is static, showing all tabs without being hidden. Of course, with this, the more open tabs, the more difficult it is to access because the labels and posts from each web will be closed and docked.
And starting with the latest Chrome Canary and after google added a new commit in Chromium Gerrit, users who have activated the experimental flags “Scrollable TabStrip”, will now start to be able to scroll through the tabs they open, exactly as shown in the video above.
To be honest, this feature is quite useful especially if you are a user who often opens multiple tabs at the same time, because with this feature if the tab is full from left to right, the layout will not be narrowed, but will be widened with the scroll options provided.