Chrome gets Scrollable Tabs: Here’s How to enable it on Windows, Mac, and Linux

If you’re using zillions of tabs simultaneously on Google’s Chrome browser, then here’s a good piece of news for you. Yup, the famous Google Chrome gets Scrollable Tab feature support, and here’s the step by step guide to enable it on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Google has initially started testing scrollable tabs feature on Google Chrome, last year. Although, the feature is available in Chrome flags since a year, but it is not actually working state. Now, the folks over at reddit reported that the flag is in a working state. So, yes, you can now enable scrollable tabs on Google Chrome.

How to Enable Scrollable Tabs on Google Chrome

Google Chrome is undoubtedly one of the best browsers available for Windows, Mac, or Linux. In case you’re using a slew of tabs simultaneously on Chrome browser, then you may notice switch between the tabs is one of the most peculiar things. But now you can easily scroll between these tabs using swipe gestures on laptop (if supported) or using mouse wheel on PC.

Now let’s dive right into the process of How to enable Scrollable Tabs on Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, or Linux.

How to Enable Scrollable Tabs on Google Chrome

“Scrollable Tabs” feature is working fine in our testing on Google Chrome version 86. We’ve tested out this feature on both Windows 10 and macOS Big Sur. You’ll love using this feature, with swipe gestures. Before heading over to the steps, make sure to update your Chrome browser to its latest version. Here are the steps.

  1. At first, Open the Chrome Browser on your PC or Laptop.
  2. Now type this “chrome://flags” address in the address bar of Google Chrome.
  3. Under Chrome Flags page, search for “Scrollable Tabs, then this screen will appear.
    How to Enable Scrollable Tabs on Google Chrome
  4. Here you need to click on Default button to see full drop-down menu.
  5. Now you can enable Scrollable Tabs feature.
  6. To get access to this feature, you need to restart your browser, for this click on the relaunch button available in the bottom of the screen.
    How to Enable Scrollable Tabs on Google Chrome
  7. That’s it.

Note: There’s no need to install any third-party extension to enable Scrollable Tabs feature on Chrome.

Although, the “Scrollable Tabs” feature is under testing but it is working fine in our testing. Hopefully, this feature will soon be available in the public version of Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, or Linux.

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