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Currently when new link is opened, the new tab is open right next to the current tab.

What I need is that it should appear at the end of the current tabs as below snapshot (position #2 instead of #1).

How can I get that in Google Chrome?

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When I open a new tab in Chrome it appears at position #2. I am using Chrome Version 32. –  Devid Dec 27 '13 at 11:12
@Devid Chrome uses some heuristics to determine where it should open - sometimes it opens right next to the current tab, sometimes at the end –  Sathya Dec 27 '13 at 11:13
@Sathya Not exactly. The only two possible target position are "to the right of the current tab" and "to the right of the last opened tab". The former condition is true if you open multiple links into new tabs in a row. A tab is (by default) never opened on the far right, unless it happens to follow from one of the two other rules. –  nitro2k01 Dec 27 '13 at 11:31

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TabsPlus gives you the option to select where you want a new tab to open - selecting "last" will result in the behaviour you want.

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Awesome. Thank you! –  Nam G VU Jan 2 '14 at 6:40

TabsPlus not work sometimes, try this: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-position-options/fjccjnfkdkdmjohojoggodkigkjkkjhl/related?hl=en

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Please quote the essential parts of the answer from the reference link, as the answer can become invalid if the linked page changes or the target site is unreachable/permanently offline. –  DavidPostill Nov 7 '14 at 6:49

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