Google is trying a new feature called “sliding tabs,” which makes it easier for us to surf the Internet or work with a browser.
Suppose you are a user accustomed to using various browsers to interact with the Internet and especially to work. In that case, you will have noticed that when we open multiple tabs in Chrome. They are pressed to a size that you cannot or will not appreciate.
If you have ever opened too many tabs in Chrome where the size has been greatly reduced. It is impossible even to know which ones we had opened when their favicon collapsed, and that is a problem, so far.
Google is very concerned about it because it recently introduced the opportunity to collect all tabs by creating a series of groups that we can rename freely. However, in addition, they work to develop folding tabs with their positive and negative points.
The rolling tab is a feature found in Google Canary version 88.0.4284.0. And can be configured with a flag called “Scrollable TabStrip” or sliding tabs. In a stable performance, it is not yet available. But it will be possible soon.
Its use is also straightforward: once we open several tabs, instead of reducing the size as we open more. We can scroll through it using the mouse wheel. We can also navigate tabs using any side buttons, left arrow, and right hand.
This is an essential feature if you do not want different tabs to fall, but the problem is that you will not have all the tabs at once. So you should keep in mind the ones you have previously opened.