I want to open a new tab to the current tab group I'm in. the hectic way is to
right click the tab inside the tab group -> add tab to the right
Is there any chrome shortcut available to shorten the clicks?
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Thanks to @Vitaly Strikanov, I got to know that shortcut of
New Tab to the Right can be set from system preferences.
Native Solution for Mac Users:
Follow these steps to set the keyboard shortcut for
New Tab to the Right menu option.
Open System Preferences (not chrome settings but Operating system's preferences)
Select Keyboard -> select
App Shortcuts from left panel
Click on + icon to add new shortcut
Application list, select
Google Chrome and in the
Menu Title write this exactly same text
New Tab to the Right
Now in the Keyboard shortcut field, enter whichever shortcut you want to set, and press
So, I found one of the possible solution is to use the extension to accomplish this task.
This extension can read your browsing history
This extension provides exactly what I needed. the extension sets the shortcut to open the new tab in same tab group.
This chrome extension adds a
New tab to the right (which automatically adds the tab to your current group) by the shortcut that you set for it.
So you can set it to
T to overwrite the default behavior of chrome.