Google Chrome Labs experimental features

Google Chrome Labs to allow to test Experimental features

Google adds new features in each new release. But before the public rolls out those features available to the beta users for testing. In order to test them, users need to change the chrome://flags/. But the process is very fudgy. To simplify the process, Google is testing Google Chrome Labs.

It will allow users to test experimental features before public rollout. If you have Chrome Canary installed on your machine, then you can enable Chrome Labs by navigating to chrome://flags/#chrome-labs and tap on “enabled” and restart the browser. once enabled there will be a speaker-like icon next to the address bar.

Currently, Chrome labs has two experimental features

Reading List: It allows users to add tabs to a reading list by right-clicking on the tab or clicking on the bookmark star icon and clicking “add to reading list.” All the added tabs for your reading list will visible in the bookmarks option.

Tab Search: It will allow searching a particular tab from all the opened tabs in the Chrome browser.

As of now, we are not aware, when the feature will be available to the users. Google is still testing the feature with its beta users.

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