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Tips and shortcuts for better browsing

From tab groups, to learning time-saving keyboard shortcuts, these Chrome tips can help you get things done more quickly with your browser.

Organise your tabs with Chrome tab groups

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Create your tab group

You can group tabs to keep related pages together in one workspace. To create a tab group, just right-click any tab and select Add tab to new group.

  1. Right-click a tab.
  2. Click Add tab to new group.
  3. Click New group or click the name of an existing tab group.
Chrome Browser window with dialogue box showing the creation of a new tab group

Customise Chrome with these tips

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Create Chrome shortcuts to your favourite sites

Shortcuts can help save you precious time. Just go to the ‘Shortcuts’ dialogue in the Customise menu.

  1. Open a new tab.
  2. At the bottom right, click Customise.
  3. Click Shortcuts.
Chrome Browser settings window showing the Shortcuts dialogue.

Helpful tips to maximise Chrome

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Fill in and save PDFs without losing your edits

Fill in a PDF form in Chrome, and don't worry about losing the information that you entered. Just save it with your inputs and when you open the file again, you can pick up where you left off.

  1. Fill in the PDF in your browser.
  2. Click Download .
  3. Select either the 'Original' or 'Edited' version.
Chrome Browser window with an open PDF document, zoomed-in on the download and print options menu.

Use Chrome keyboard shortcuts to save time

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Reopen your last closed tab

Sometimes you realise a split second too late that you shouldn’t have closed that tab. That’s why Chrome lets you bring it back with a few simple key strokes.

  • Windows, Chrome OS & Linux: Ctrl + Shift + T
  • Mac: Command + Shift + T
Chrome Browser window showing the reopening of a recently closed tab.

Extensions

Add more functionality with extensions for Chrome.