German software engineer and entrepreneur Ulrich Winkler created the Auto Group Tabs extension, which can automatically group tabs in the Chrome browser. True, it does this not on its own, but by pressing the key combination Ctrl + Shift + Y (Windows) or Cmd + Shift + Y (Mac). This is its convenience.
For starters, the tab grouping feature was introduced to Chrome last May. It allows you to manually create new groups of tabs, rename, move and arrange them, as well as mark with different colors and drag pages from one group to another. Google officially introduced the new feature in Chrome 85, and already in Chrome Canary 87, public testing of automatic tab grouping started, which continues to this day.
And while Google is still working on automating this process natively, the Auto Group Tabs extension does an excellent job of doing it. Its main use lies in the fact that it instantly groups the pages of one site. For example, if a user has opened several YouTube videos, then when you press the above key combination, they will automatically be combined into a group called youtube.com. The Auto Group Tabs extension can be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. Only works in Chrome 89 and up.