On the off chance that you read through my Lifehacker posts, you can make sense of before long that I’m a devotee of program expansions. I have expansions for adding a dim mode to my program, one of indicating sneak peeks of locales so I don’t need to open a tab, and even a program augmentation for helping me deal with every one of those tabs that I do open.
Accordingly, I additionally have a huge amount of augmentation symbols on my toolbar, such a significant number of that finding the one I’m searching for right now can in some cases be somewhat convoluted.
Google is as of now chipping away at another Extension Menu that will clean up your toolbar by concealing each one of those expansions under a solitary menu symbol. It’s accessible now as a Google Experiment.
To get it, type chrome://banners into the location bar of your program and after that press enter. At the point when the Experiments page shows up, type “Expansions toolbar” to draw up the toolbar alternative, and afterward select “Empowered” starting from the drop menu close to it.
Google Chrome's new Extension Menu makes it much easier to keep all your extensions organized: https://t.co/WG47z3Rzto
— Lifehacker (@lifehacker) August 25, 2019
I additionally prescribe looking at a portion of different Experiments accessible, there are some great ones.
When you’ve empowered it, Chrome will provoke you to relaunch it for your progressions to be empowered. When you do, all your augmentation will presently be settled under a solitary riddle piece symbol. Snap that, and a drop-down will show up with every one of your expansions settled underneath.
As a decent special reward, the new menu will likewise disclose to you which augmentations can get to information on the site you’re seeing. In the event that you don’t care for that specific expansion approaches, you can stop that from developing in any way by tapping the three spots directly alongside that augmentation in the menu and confining its capacities. (source)
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— Craig Moreland (@CraigMoreland12) August 25, 2019
Chrome is getting a new Extensions menu. It'll declutter your browser toolbar and give you more convenient extension privacy controls.
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