Chrome’s tab duplication feature is great, but you can use it in a pinch to duplicate a tab, if you have Chrome.
It’s a small thing, and you’ll probably forget to do it unless you’re just curious about how people are sharing tabs. But there is a little trick, which is probably easier to remember.
First you need to get to the “Duplicate” button in the bottom-right corner of Chrome’s window. You can then select the tab you want to copy. It will show a little box that says “Open a new window to paste the clipboard.” Click the box, and Chrome will open a new tab to paste the clipboard in.
Chrome’s Tab Duplication is one of its coolest features. But remember that if you have a duplicate tab, you can use the following Chrome tricks to remove the duplicate one: Select the tab you wish to remove and go to the bottom-right corner of Chrome. Click the little box. Youll see the box that says Open a new window to paste the clipboard. Enter your clipboard into that box and click the box. The tab will disappear.
There are two ways to duplicate a tab. The first is to have two tabs open at the same time. This is what you’ll see if you launch Chrome and have Chrome open with a tab active in the window. In this case, you’ll have a duplicate tab available, but you can use the Chrome tricks to remove it. The second method is to have two active tabs open at the same time, one of which has a duplicate tab.
This is where the chrome tricks really come into play. You can use the Chrome “Copy and Paste” button to add one or more tabs to your active window. The clipboard window will appear, and all you have to do is click “Copy” on the clipboard window. The clipboard will appear on the clipboard window, and you can use your mouse or keyboard to select a tab to paste anywhere on your active window.
The clipboard window will appear where you click Copy, so you can use your mouse or keyboard to select a tab to paste anywhere on your active window.
After you paste your tabs, you can close the Chrome window, and you’re done. Not quite. If you have multiple Chrome windows open, you may hit the window button and select one of them to be the active window. Then you can paste your tabs wherever you want on that window.
I know there is a clipboard, but you still have to select the tab you want to paste on that window, and then you have to paste it there. If you have one window open, you can do that too, but it takes a second window, too.
Also, when you copy tabs, you can’t paste it in the same window, but in a separate one. Also, if you want to paste them in a different window, you can’t paste them into the same window as the tab, but you can paste them into a different one. So, to duplicate a tab in Chrome you have to select the tab you want to copy, and then you can paste your tab wherever you want.