Multitasking requires concentration agility and above all organization . With the right tools like calendars and reminder apps, you can do it all without missing information and deadlines! Browsers also integrate tools that help the user get organized . It is now possible to name the windows open in the Chrome browser to help classify and organize activities in the digital realm. A dream? No! Google, like all companies that focus on UX design and usability aspects, come out ahead in any segment that involves technology and browsing experience . It's not today that all Google updates Panda, Penguin, Hummingbird, Pingeon put the user experience first .
Realize how information architecture design scannability functionality responsiveness accessibility navigability usability and page loading speed are aspects that culminate in the ability to adequately serve the user , in all their demands. With that, once again Google comes out ahead . The function Consumer Email List will be available from the Chrome Canary version and is still in the experimental phase, named as “window naming UI”. The intention is for users to be able to distinguish between subjects in all browser tabs , through classifications and names that can be added when the tabs are opened.
How to Enable Google Chrome's Window Naming Function Enabling this feature is quite simple but first you need to have Google Chrome Canary in its latest version installed on your device. Then, just follow the steps described below: search for “Window Naming” in your browser settings section; after finding the function and click on the side button so that the functionality is activated; close all windows and restart Google Chrome; Right-click on the browser window and select the “Name Window” option; a new text box called “Set Window Name” will open so that you can type the title chosen for the browser tab; naming other windows follows the same sequence from step 4 and 5; if you want to see the names assigned to the tabs, just hover the mouse cursor over the Google Chrome.