If you keep a lot of Google Chrome windows open to organize your tabs, you can go one step further and name each window. Chrome’s built-in naming feature makes it easy to remember which window is for what in the taskbar or overview screen.
First, click the three-dot menu icon in the top-right of the Chrome window.
Next, select “More Tools” from the menu.
Now, click “Name Window” from the expanded options.
A pop-up with a text box will appear. Enter the name for the window and click “OK.”
Alternatively, you can right-click the title bar of the Chrome window and select “Name Window” from the drop-down menu and go through the process of assigning it a name.
On Mac, you’ll see the titles in the expanded app menu after right-clicking the app from the dock.
That’s all there is to it! This is probably a pretty niche feature, but for those of us who like to organize Chrome tabs by separating them out into windows, it’s a handy little trick that could save you from clicking the wrong place.
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