Ed Axe | Agency Automation

Ed Axe | Agency Automation



If you use it right, Chrome is a powerful browser. But most people suck at it. Here are 14 Chrome tips that you probably don't know:

Organize your browsing with tab groups 1. Right-click a tab for a website you want to put into a group; 2. Select Add tab to new group, then type in a name for the group and choose a color; 3. Create as many groups as you want in this way.

Send a link to the highlighted text on a web page 1. Highlight the text you want to share, then right-click it and select Copy link to highlight; 2. That creates the link and puts it into your clipboard; 3. Copy the link from your clipboard and send it to someone.

Find useful websites fast 1. To find sites similar to any site, type related:URL into the address bar, where URL is the address of the site you’re currently visiting; 2. For example, type related:to find websites similar to Twitter.

Open a specific set of pages when you start Chrome 1. Click the three-dot icon at the top right and select Settings; 2. Then scroll to the “On startup” section at the bottom of the screen; 3. Select Open a specific page or set of pages, then click Add a new page.

Be the first to test Chrome’s hidden superpowers 1. Type chrome://flags into the address bar; 2. To turn on a flag, scroll through the list, then click the box next to the one you want to try it out; 3. Select Enabled from the drop-down list, then relaunch Chrome.

Cast your screen to other devices, like a TV 1. Click the three-dot icon at the top right and select Cast; 2. You can choose whether you cast a tab, your entire desktop, or a specific file to the target television.

Integrated built-in music controller 1. With music or video playing, click the music note icon in the menu bar; 2. Click the button and you can play/pause, seek backward and forward, and skip or go back a track; 3. If it's a YT video, you can turn on picture-in-picture mode.

Quick search on a specific word 1. Highlight the word(s) you want to search; 2. Right-click, and select Search Google for [highlighted text]; 3. A new tab will open and your Google search will appear.

Search your tabs 1. Search the title of an open tab within the search box; 2. Click Switch to this tab button under the right result to jump to the tab; 3. You can also click the arrow in the top-right corner to open a search field and search from there.

Open accidentally closed tabs 1. Right-click in the top bar of Chrome; 2. Click on Reopen Closed Tabs.

Add articles to the reading list 1. Click the Reading List menu; 2. Click Add current tab; 3. Use the Reading List button on the bookmark bar to access all your saved articles. 4. You can access your reading list on all your devices.

Change download destination 1. Navigate to Settings > Advanced > Downloads; 2. Under location, click Change; 3. In the pop-up box, set your downloads to be saved in a particular folder.

Clean up Chrome 1. Open Settings; 2. Go to Advanced > Reset settings; 3. Click on Restore settings to their original defaults; 4. Click on Restore settings

Chrome task manager 1. Click the three-dot icon in the top-right corner; 2. Select More tools > Task manager (or select Shift + Esc); 3. Close the window that appears to be slowing down or stalling your browser;

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