GOOGLE announced a new feature for Chrome on Android that could help you avoid losing important information and downloads.
The tech giant revealed a new confirmation feature is coming to Android for their browser, Google Chrome.
The confirmation prompt should prevent users from accidentally closing several tabs on Chrome for Android.
The feature will appear in the form of a pop-up that will ask users to confirm before they close all open tabs at once.
Unlike other browsers, Chrome currently does not warn its users before they close multiple tabs.
And while there are extensions that can help users add a confirmation feature, thats currently only available for the desktop version of Chrome.
Google is releasing the feature on Android devices in an attempt to make Chrome more mobile-user friendly.
The feature is aimed at helping Android users avoid losing tabs containing important information, as well as downloads.
Though it has not been confirmed by Google, the feature will likely not require any admin control or end-user settings to enable it.
This is not the only feature that Google has announced for its mobile apps this month.
The company recently rolled out a feature that allows users to add a paragraph break on the Google Docs mobile app.
The feature was announced last year and launched on Thursday.
“This is particularly useful if you want certain paragraph styles to always create a new page such as titles, subtitles, or headings,” Google wrote in their official statement.
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