SO… the IDEA that was presented by the customer was to somehow highlight the COMPANY in the tab… I dont believe that we will do that (nor could fit the data there)… also, some of you might want to do the same with SITES…
With this solution, you could create a group for Site 1 vs Site 2, or you could have Company 1, site 1 group and Company 2, site 2 group. Then you can move around between different companies and sites by simply clicking on the tab.
ALSO NOTE: if you launch the tabs as a group, you only need to log into one of the tabs, and the rest of the tabs will be logged in… if you save this group as a favoriate, it will remember everything including your current company/site on that tab because the URL includes that data.
Here are two screenshots of me moving between the two sites by clicking on the two different tabs I have setup:
Thanks also for the reminder about grouped tabs. Last I tried it they weren’t persistent so next time you open Chrome you’d have to do it all over again so I lost interest and went back to the old ways.
When you reopen the browser you can click the 3 dots menu (I never remember what this is called), then hover History and under recently closed there should be something that shows your previous browser state:
and then hovering over that allows you to choose to restore all tabs and tab groups that you had previously. I find this very helpful. Alternatively it appears you can also use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+T to do the same thing.