Google has added 3 new Generative AI features to its Google Chrome web browser for Windows and Mac. With these new AI features, Google aims to “make it easier and more efficient to browse” the internet while keeping a personalized experience.
In this guide, I’ll quickly walk you through the new Generative AI features that have just been added to Google Chrome and how to use them for a better browsing experience.
How to Enable New Generative AI Features in Google Chrome
These new Generative AI features have been integrated into the Google Chrome M121 release. However, these AI features aren’t enabled by default.
Google Chrome users on Windows and Mac will be able to try out these new AI features over the next few days, starting with the US. Soon, they will be available for other regions.
To test out these new Generative AI features in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
- Launch Google Chrome on your Mac or PC.
- Tap on three-dot menu in the top-right corner and select Settings.
- Tap on Experimental AI.
- Turn on Try out experimental AI features and then Tab Organizer.
- Select Relaunch.
Now, you can use those AI features. More details on how to use them is mentioned below.
Google Chrome Gets 3 New Generative AI Features
1. Tab Organizer
The new AI feature in Google Chrome can automatically organize tabs for you. If you do multiple tasks in Chrome, this can be very useful for separating tabs for different tasks.
To use the Tab Organizer, right-click on a tab and select ‘Organize Similar Tabs’. You can also trigger Tab Organizer by tapping the drop-down arrow in the upper-left corner.
Google Chrome even suggests names and emojis for the new tab groups.
2. Generative AI Themes
You can now generate themes for your Google Chrome. It’s nothing but the Generative AI wallpaper feature from the Pixel 8 series to the Chrome browser.
You’ll be able to quickly generate themes, and for this, you don’t need to be very good at prompting. You can generate them based on a subject, mood, visual style, and color.
To create AI themes, tap on Customize Chrome side panel, click Change Theme, and tap Create with AI. Play with the options to generate the best themes for you.
3. Help Me Write
Google Chrome will soon get a “Help Me Write” feature that will help you write better on any website. This feature will be added in next month’s Google Chrome release. You’ll be able to use it by right-clicking on a text field on a website and selecting the “Help me write” option.