Google Chrome is closer to a working Tob Group implementation, which has the ability to add tabs for groups, headers for each group shown and groups saved between browser sessions in the latest Chrome Canary building.
For those who are not familiar with Tab Groups, a feature is developed for Chrome that allows you to add tabs to various groups. This allows you to organize open tabs on the basis of certain criteria and manage them as a single entity.
Tab Group Headers
Tab Groups currently lies behind a chrome:/flags entry called “Tab Groups,” and you will be able to play with the feature once enabled.
Once activated, by clicking on a tab and selecting Add to new group you can add tabs to a group. Once a group is created, you can add the tab to an existing one by right-clicking on other tabs or create a new one.
Add to new group
As explained by Techdows.com, who noticed this first change, only groups will be saved between the restart of the browser if you continue to have the setting as shown in the screen below configured.
Continue where you left off setting
Before the Tab Groups feature is ready for shipping with Chrome 77, there’s still plenty of work left, but Google definitely is making progress towards that goal.