How to Search Open Tabs on Google Chrome?

Here are the steps on how to search open tabs on Google Chrome:

  1. Click on the three dots in the top right corner of the Chrome window.
  2. Select More tools > Search open tabs.
  3. A list of all your open tabs will appear.
  4. Start typing a keyword or phrase in the search bar.
  5. The results will be filtered to show tabs that match your search terms.
  6. Click on a tab to open it.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + A to open the Search open tabs dialog box.

Here are some additional tips for searching open tabs:

  • You can search by the title of the tab, the URL of the tab, or even the text on the page.
  • If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, you can use the Starred filter to show only tabs that you’ve starred.
  • You can also use the Recently closed filter to show tabs that you’ve closed recently.

Alternative Method:

Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut to access the tab search feature:

  1. Press “Ctrl + Shift + A” on Windows or Linux, or “Command + Shift + A” on macOS.
  2. This will open the tab search interface directly, and you can start typing your search terms.

Please note that the availability of this feature may vary based on the Chrome version and any future updates. If you don’t see the tab search feature, consider updating Chrome to the latest version from the Chrome menu (three dots in the top-right corner) > Help > About Google Chrome.

It’s also worth mentioning that Google is known to continuously update and improve its browser, so there might be changes or additions to the features after my last update. For the most up-to-date information, you can refer to Google Chrome’s official support documentation or visit the Chrome blog.

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