This will make many Google Chrome users very happy.
Google has announced a new set of tweaks for Chrome, which include improved tab management options, and a new way to add color to your Chrome background.
First off, on tab management - Google's adding a new pop-up note on each tab to help you make sense of what you have open when they've been compressed too much to see (i.e. you've opened too many tabs to even know what you're supposed to be looking at).
As explained by Google:
"If you have so many tabs open on your laptop that you can’t read the page titles anymore, you can now preview your tabs by hovering over them with your cursor. For now you’ll see the page title, and soon you’ll see a thumbnail of the page too."
Google's also adding its tab grid view to Android (already active on iOS).
"There’s also a new way to group tabs on your Android device, which helps you keep track of the tabs that are open. To do this, drag and drop one tab on top of another in the new tab grid layout. After opening one of the grouped tabs, you can easily switch between the tabs in the group using the new tab switcher at the bottom of your screen."
Google's also rolling out an option to send links from your phone to other synched devices, so that you can keep track of relevant tabs without having to email them to yourself.
And Google's also adding some more color to its Chrome options. Soon, you'll be able to customize your Chrome appearance settings with a range of different shades and tones.
"If plants and nature help you relax and unwind, change the background of your new tab page to a floral design. If you draw energy from the color yellow, use Chrome’s new color customization tool to change the color of your entire browser to the shade that brings you bliss."
All of these new options are coming 'this fall', along with additional features that Google's keeping under wraps for now.
You can read more about Chrome's latest updates here.